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English, 17.02.2021 23:50 lmirandanvmi

Read the sentences from "Solar Power from Public Buildings". Big cities will have less smog. There will be fewer health problems from breathing dirty air. Rivers and streams will also be less contaminated. Drinking water will be cleaner. How does the author relate the sentences? * with cause and effect
by stating solutions to problems
with comparing and contrasting
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