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Equal concentrations of heptachlor, a known human carcinogen, are found at two different sites.
(a) The incremental risk is the same at the two sites
(b) The incremental risk is different at the two sites
(c) The incremental risk at the two sites might be the same or it might be different.

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    Your question is incomplete

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    Risk analysis for this long lasting compound will depend on the usage of the soil. Is there farming or gardening, or children playing on it? Is it used for parking?

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    Depending on the detail required for your question you may also want to look at human take up/elimination rates.

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