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    On Monday, the Environmental Protection Agency released its list of counties, areas or tribal lands that are exceeding daily standards for fine particle pollution caused by emissions from vehicles, industry and wood stoves, among other sources. The pollutants in question are extremely small, measuring at onethirtieth the diameter of a human hair. The particles can get deep into the lungs, even entering the bloodstream, and are blamed for respiratory problems, especially in children and elderly.

    A logical conclusion from the above paragraph is that 

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    1. the EPA would be imposing a heavy fine on countries that exceed the daily standards for fine particle pollution.

    2. tribals have been aware about the harm caused by fine particle pollution.

    3. vehicles that exceed the daily standards for fine particle pollution would be banned.

    4. the EPA would want to bring to light, areas which exceed the daily standards for fine particle pollution.

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