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Ethics

"Ethics" is best defined as

a philosophical concept dealing with moral conduct.

A set of standards establishing right and wrong actions.

Rules that describe your duty to society and to your fellow professionals.

Guidelines that help you make decisions.

A. I only

В. П only

D. I, II, Ш, and IV

С. I and III


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