While conducting these difficult tests, the state driving inspectors often seemed stern and unyielding. Which of the following is the best way to write this sentence? 1) tests, the state driving inspectors 2) tests the state driving inspectors 3) tests

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  22. math

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  49. hard probability question

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  76. PLEASE HELP!!!

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  77. Statistics

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  79. Statistics

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  80. Math

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  81. english

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  82. 6th Grade Math

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  83. History

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  99. health

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