Anonymous asked in Family & RelationshipsOther - Family & Relationships · 6 months ago

I need help with this question for an assessment?

You like to look beyond the facts of a situation to understand the underlying cause.

Agree or Disagree

1 Answer

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    Lv 7
    6 months ago

    It depends on the situation. The underlying cause may not be as important as simply addressing the issue.

    "Why does my gate keep sagging?" Knowing the cause might be useful.

    "Why did I get a flat tire?" Knowing the exact cause may not be important.

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