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Compared with the decision in a Supreme Court case, the opinion is more significant because it

a. determines the losing party in a case and the penalty to be imposed on this party.

b. reveals the conflicts between the justices, which the president and Congress can use in determining their position on judicial appointments and new legislation.

c. informs others of the Court’s interpretation of the laws and thereby guides their decisions.

d. addresses the constitutional aspects of a case, whereas the decision addresses the statutory aspects.

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