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You see one of your coworkers taking several boxes of pens and pencils from the supply closet when she is not supposed to. What is the most logical reason for her behavior? a. She works from home on
nights and weekends and needs the supplies.b. Pens and pencils are rarely available in the supply closet.c. Some organizations have begun requiring employees to purchase their own pens and pencils.d. Pens and pencils are not expensive, so the company will not miss them.
a. She works from home on nights and weekends and needs the supplies.
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The Police Commissioner is under pressure to solve a murder and offers $100,000 for information leading to an arrest and conviction of the culprit. Mary suspects her neighbor, Phoebe, is the guilty party and calls Bob, a friend and police officer, with her suspicions. When Bob visits Phoebe, she unsuccessfully resists arrest, though Bob is severely injured. Phoebe is ultimately convicted of the murder and assaulting Bob. Mary insists all the reward money belongs to her. If the reward is offered ...
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