All of those are correct

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**Answer:**

C.What you gain as a result of choosing one option versus another;a benefit.

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**Answer:**

** II and III**

**Explanation:**

In the snippets of code provided the only ones that will evaluate to true will be conditions** II and III**. Condition one has **and (&&) **comparisons meaning that every single condition needs to be true in order for the overall condition to be true, if only two variables are guaranteed to be equal then the third variable could be different which would ultimately evaluate to false. **Condition 2** has **or (||)** comparison meaning only one needs to be true in order for the overall condition to be true and since we are already told that at least two are equal then it will always evaluate as true. **Condition 3** is an arithmetic problem that will always equal **0** because two of the variables are equal, meaning that when they subtract it will give **0**, and anything multiplied by **0** will equal **0 **as well. Therefore, evaluating to true.

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