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Telecommunicator North Chicago, IL$42,543.00/YearDec 31, 2014
Firefighter/ParamedicGrapevine, TX$24.88 HourlyDec 31, 2014
Firefighter/Apparatus OperatorWilmington, NC$38,008.00 Annually Nov 24, 2014
Firefighter TraineeBartow, FL$20,488.00 - $24,918.40Dec 8, 2014
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With multiple-choice questions, only one of the answers can be correct. If there are four choices, three must be wrong. An answer may be correct because it is precise or because it is vague. An answer may be wrong because it is too exaggerated or too restrictive. Consider the following question:

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