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Say you are buying a bicycle. You do not plan to use the bicycle for more than a few years before buying a new one, but will rely on it in the meantime. You know that your bicicyles tend to need repairs periodically, but you tend to take good care of them overall. The bicycle is relatively cheap, so you do not want to invest too much money into it. What kind of warranty would be a good one to purchase and why? a. full warranty b. limited warranty c. replacement warranty d. overlapping warranty

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