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    Please select the item that does not have any run-on sentences or sentence fragments.
    Question 8 options:
    a) One of the first lessons learned from the test marketing campaign was that "IMPACT" was a terrible name for the new car. The mavens, who were the car enthusiasts sought as opinion leaders on the new car, worried about the light weight of the vehicle and the consequences of a crash with a heavier vehicle, therefore, the GM car was renamed the "EV-1," for the corporation's first electric vehicle.

    b) One of the first lessons learned from the test marketing campaign was that "IMPACT" was a terrible name for the new car. The mavens, who were the car enthusiasts sought as opinion leaders on the new car, worried about the light weight of the vehicle and the consequences of a crash with a heavier vehicle, therefore the GM car was renamed the "EV-1," for the corporation's first electric vehicle.

    c) One of the first lessons learned from the test marketing campaign was that "IMPACT" was a terrible name for the new car. The mavens, who were the car enthusiasts sought as opinion leaders on the new car. Worried about the light weight of the vehicle and the consequences of a crash with a heavier vehicle. Therefore, the GM car was renamed the "EV-1," for the corporation's first electric vehicle.

    d) One of the first lessons learned from the test marketing campaign was that "IMPACT" was a terrible name for the new car. The mavens, who were the car enthusiasts sought as opinion leaders on the new car, worried about the light weight of the vehicle and the consequences of a crash with a heavier vehicle. Therefore, the GM car was renamed the "EV-1," for the corporation's first electric vehicle.

    Please select the item that does not have any run-on sentences or sentence fragments.
    Question 9 options:
    a) At a rather high cost, General Motors gained important lessons about how diffusion scholars would stimulate interpersonal communication about a new vehicle, some of these lessons were immediately put to work in marketing another GM innovation, on-board global positions systems (GPS) that allowed an automobile driver to always know his/her exact location.

    b) At a rather high cost, General Motors gained important lessons about how diffusion scholars would stimulate interpersonal communication about a new vehicle. Some of these lessons were immediately put to work in marketing another GM innovation. On-board global positions systems (GPS) that allowed an automobile driver to always know his/her exact location.

    c) At a rather high cost, General Motors gained important lessons about how diffusion scholars would stimulate interpersonal communication about a new vehicle. Some of these lessons were immediately put to work in marketing another GM innovation, on-board global positions systems (GPS) that allowed an automobile driver to always know his/her exact location.

    d) At a rather high cost, General Motors gained important lessons. About how diffusion scholars would stimulate interpersonal communication about a new vehicle. Some of these lessons were immediately put to work in marketing another GM innovation, on-board global positions systems (GPS) that allowed an automobile driver to always know his/her exact location.

    Please select the item that does not have any run-on sentences or sentence fragments.
    Question 7 options:
    a) Auto engineers in General Motors' research and development unit in Detroit created a sleek, powerful auto that operated entirely on battery power. It was called the IMPACT. Due to the limited battery technology at the time, the IMPACT was limited to a range of 100 miles. Then the vehicle had to be plugged into a 220-volt electrical outlet for three or four hours to recharge the batteries.

    b) Auto engineers in General Motors' research and development unit in Detroit created a sleek, powerful auto that operated entirely on battery power. It was called the IMPACT. Due to the limited battery technology at the time, the IMPACT was limited to a range of 100 miles, then the vehicle had to be plugged into a 220-volt electrical outlet for three or four hours to recharge the batteries.

    c) Auto engineers in General Motors' research and development unit in Detroit created a sleek, powerful auto that operated entirely on battery power, it was called the IMPACT. Due to the limited battery technology at the time, the IMPACT was limited to a range of 100 miles. Then the vehicle had to be plugged into a 220-volt electrical outlet for three or four hours to recharge the batteries.

    d) Auto engineers in General Motors' research and development unit in Detroit created a sleek, powerful auto that operated entirely on battery power. It was called the IMPACT. Due to the limited battery technology at the time, the IMPACT was limited to a range of 100 miles. Then the vehicle had to be plugged into a 220-volt electrical outlet for three or four hours. To recharge the batteries.

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    1. d
    2. c
    3. b

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