A jury must decide whether a defendant, already judged guilty, should receive the death penalty. In one case (A), the jury is told that the murder of the young victim was done in an especially heinous matter; the defendant raped, murdered, and then mutilated the victim. This fact could argue for the application of the death penalty. This In another case (B), the jury is told that the defendant committed the crime after years of physical abuse, a fact that could argue for a sentence less than death. The example presented in Case A is considered a(n) _______________ factor while the example presented in Case B is considered a(n) _________________factor.