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Asked Sep 28, 2019

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Hello. Could anyone help me on this question? I have tried it four times and only one attempt left. What I am confusing is that some choice are not individual and variables. Like all young children, children who eat snack and cartoon characters. But if i leave them there, it shows me I am wrong. Pls help me on this and explanation would be appreciated. Thanks!

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