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Which is cause and which is effect? Truck hit her or Sandy hurt?

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    Cause: Truck hit Sandy
    Result: Sandy is hurt

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    Thank u so result means effect I know I'm dumb

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    Yes, result and effect are the same.

    And you are not dumb!! We all learn by asking questions and paying attention to the answers.

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    Well r u gonna answer me??????!!!!!!!!!

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    Ignore wat I said before I thought u didn't answer me my bad!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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