Which of the following is not a way in which redlining can increase economic problems in a city?

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  1. Quintavious
    Redlining, by definition is the practice of denying services. These services can either be directly or through selected raising prices. These are directly affects the residents to certain areas based on the ethnic and racial makeups of that certain area. Other examples of redlining includes denying financial services such as insurance or banking, health care and as well as supermarkets.
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