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the following question refers to the text gus and frieda: geniuses at recess. read the paragraph and answer the question below it. the paragraphs have been labeled a, b, and c. the sentences in each paragraph have been numbered to you identify them more easily.

gus and frieda: geniuses at recess

(a)
(1) gus and frieda were not enjoying recess. (2) they considered themselves athletically challenged. (3) to make things worse, the young geniuses' teacher asked them to play dodge ball.

(b)
(1) panic showed on gus's face. (2) frieda was worried, too. (3) they both feared they would fail epicly.

(c)
(1) gus and frieda studyed the situation then got an idea. (2) when no one was looking, they replaced themselves with identical robots. (3) the plan worked terrifically, and they dodged disaster for the day.

what statement is true about paragraph b?

there is an error sentence number 1.
there is an error in sentence number 2.
there is an error in sentence number 3.
there are no errors in paragraph b.

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