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If you think a query is misspelled, what should you do? Answer Choices (A) Assign a low rating because misspelled queries don't deserve high ratings. (B) Assign a rating of Unratable: Meaningless
Query. (C) Base your rating on the user intent and give a rating of Off-Topic to pages that fit the query as it is spelled. (D) Do query research to learn if there is an interpretation that matches the query as it is spelled.
The best answer is D) Do query research to learn if there is an interpretation that matches the query as it is spelled.
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