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A written Supreme Court opinion that, in the absence of a majority opinion, represents the reasoning of most of the justices who side with the winning party is a

a. plurality opinion.
b. concurring opinion.
c. leading opinion.
d. prevailing opinion.
e. per curiam.

I am confused between a and e

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