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When stopped by police, a driver claims she was doing 80 mph. Is that an unequivocal statement? Would this be interpreted differently in the UK than in the US? Explain.

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This statement is not clear, because we don't have the state units. If we do not state units, we will not communicate effectively.

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This statement is not clear, because we don’t have the state units.\boxed{\therefore \text{This statement is not clear, because we don't have the state units.}}

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