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In a mystery story, the conflict is given a new name. What is it? Climax, Resolution, Problem, or All of the above?
My choice is problem, am I correct?

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    Yes, you are correct.

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    Okay. I just wanted to be 100% sure. Thank you Very Much, Ms. Sue

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    You're very welcome, ☻i♥zee☻.

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