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The increase in use of electricity and oil as well as the as the expectation that dependency on foreign oil will (blank)over the next ten years has lead to the restructuring of current energy policies

A)double
B)triple
C)decrease
D)stay the same

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  1. I think it’s B am I right

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  2. no idea. What did your reading assignment say?
    Different analyses assume different things.
    I must say, however, that I find it unlikely that oil imports will triple in ten years.

  3. So ur saying A

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