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No. Get used to those casebook hypos without answers. Every book has them. I remember when I used to waste time with my study group actually trying to formulate answers to them should they come up in class. Talk about losing the forest for the trees. Give them a few moments of thought but that is about it.
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In addition to what G.T.L. said, occasionally these hypos will be circuit splits (meaning different courts have reached different conclusions, so there essentially is no one right answer). I sometimes noted down some of these as issues that could come up in the professor's exams.
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