analogies!!

i have tried to figure out the answer a lot of times but i can't figure it out.

indelible:erasure::infallible:

mistake, schedule, reason, emotion, or pleasure

You have to make the exact connection between the first two; then make the same connection between the second two.

How is "erasure" related to "indelible"? The word "indelible" means "cannot be erased," right? So what's the connection? Try making that connection into a short sentence. Then substitute the second set of words into the sentence.

What do you get?

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oh i get it!! thank you so much. maybe this time i won't get a bad grade on my assignment. i appreciate you taking time to help me understand that.

i get the answer mistake!! thank you!

I meant to say that i figured out the answer. The answer was "mistake."

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