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The fraud triangle asserts that the following three factors must exist for a person to commit fraud.
A. Opportunity B. Pressure C. Rationalization
Identify the fraud risk factor (A, B, or C) in each of the following situations. A worker sees other employees regularly take inventory for personal use.

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