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Match the run-on sentence solution to the correct run-on sentence

problem: Two main clauses with no punctuation between them


     a.  Insert a comma before the coordinating conjunction to

         separate the two main clauses.

     b.  Separate the main clauses with an end mark of punctuation,

         such as a period or a question mark, and begin the second

         sentence with a capital letter, or separate the main clauses

         with a semicolon, or insert a comma and a coordinating

         conjunction between the main clauses.

     c.  Replace the comma with an end mark of punctuation such as a

         period or question mark, and begin the new sentence with a

         capital letter, or place a semicolon between the two main 

         clauses, or insert a coordinating conjunction after the comma.

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