In developed countries, typical indoor air pollutants include (choose the best answer)

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    those from building materials such as plywood and glue, foods, cleaners, air fresheners, pesticides, radon, asbestos, and tobacco smoke.
     those from building materials such as plywood and glue, foods, cleaners, air fresheners, radon, and asbestos.
     those from building materials such as plywood and glue, foods, cleaners, and air fresheners.
     Those from building materials such as plywood and glue, foods, cleaners, air fresheners, radon, asbestos, and tobacco smoke.
     those from building materials such as plywood and glue, foods, cleaners, air fresheners, radon, and tobacco smoke.
asked Jun 25, 2012 in Environmental Science by anonymous
    

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those from building materials such as plywood and glue, foods, cleaners, air fresheners, pesticides, radon, asbestos, and tobacco smoke.
answered Jun 26, 2012 by Geodude ~Top Expert~ (9,680 points)

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