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SQLRNNR
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I thought the question was good and it isn't a question of it being two questions. The joining statement used in this case "in other words" causes the second question to override the first question. Both questions were driving at the same point and the only question needing answered was the second one.



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Arrgggghhhhh.

My apologies. The second sentence was intended to be an example, not part of the questions and I inadvertently phrased it backwards.

I've awarded back points to everyone so far and corrected the question to make "yes" answers to both questions

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I chose YES as the "second " sentence was OK Smile
Hence the "first" question should has answer to "NO"

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