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If you lay in the hot sun for 4 hours, you will become
sunburned. Nicole is not sunburned. Therefore....
My answer is therefor she did not stay in the sun longer than 4 hours.... I am not sure and I don't understand the full question

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    She was in the sun less than four hours.

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