Drag each phrase describing flood mitigation projects to the appropriate box to indicate whether it is a cost or a benefit.


word bank: Protection of infrastructure, Employment opportunities, Initial design and construction, Lower insurance costs, Ongoing maintenance

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  1. Where is your attempt to answer this? Why are you stuck? Do you really think lower insurance costs is not a benefit?

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  2. True dat

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  3. its been a hooot

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  4. How is this science I thought this was social studies

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