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1. A positive incentive for obeying the speed limit is a lowered insurance rate that accompanies a policyholder who has not gotten into any accidents or received any tickets. A negative incentive would actually be the necessity of paying a fine upon having been caught violating speed limits. 2. A negative incentive that pushes me to pursue higher education is the emotional turmoil that could follow if I chose to be content with my education. A positive incentive is that a higher paying degree will not only display my studies of my majors but will also provide more job opportunities in my preferred fields and higher paying jobs. 3. A positive incentive for filing your taxes on time is that it helps the
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  • Spring '17
  • Sarah Wexler
  • positive incentive

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