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Q: How do conceptual problems differ from numeric problems? A. Solutions to conceptual problems involve analysis, while numeric solutions do not. B. Solutions to
conceptual problems normally do not involve calculations. C. Logic is not usually involved in solving numeric problems. D. A plan is necessary to solve numeric problems, but is not necessary for conceptual problems.
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