Complicated doesn’t need to mean difficult

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Creating a cure for cancer is both complicated and difficult.

Getting a strike in bowling isn’t that complicated, it’s just difficult.

Most things in life, however, fall into the last category; complicated, but not difficult.

But, it might not seem this way.

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