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Q: How can you conserve fossil-fuel resources? A) Combine errands to make fewer car trips B) Use energy-efficient appliances C) Walk or ride your bike instead of drive D) All of the above
A: All of the above. You can conserve fossil-fuel resources by: Combine errands to make fewer car trips: Use energy-efficient appliances; Walk or ride your bike instead of drive.
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All of the above. You can conserve fossil-fuel resources by: Combine errands to make fewer car trips: Use energy-efficient appliances; Walk or ride your bike instead of drive.
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