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hmmm... Only one correct choice.
It can`t be this, because there are two of them..

Only one correct choice.
Same as above..

More than one correct choice.
If it was this, another one would have to be correct, let`s see

No correct choice.
If this was the correct choice, it wouldn`t right, so also dropped(the classic dilemma (-; )

None of the above.
If none of the above was right, then there is no reason that the more than one answer is wrong, so this also leads to complications

All of the above.
All of the above can`t be right, because of the first two, which are wrong for themselves.

Such silly choices that I am not voting on it.
--> This is the only way to face this dilemm, i would say!
Please correct me if I am wrong, because I am not very good at that logical stuff at all (-;

Happy Holidays, Grexman

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