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____________ is the people, property, systems, or functions that could be lost to a hazard. a) Hazard b) Vulnerability c) Exposure d) Risk e) Risk Assessment
c) Exposure is the people, property, systems, or functions that could be lost to a hazard.
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c) Exposure is the people, property, systems, or functions that could be lost to a hazard.
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