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    The depending factors or Dependent reasons?

    Hello friends I need to figure out how to use these terms in a context like this:
    From the total answers about the depending factors, the most recurring answer corresponds to:
    · If I can save enough money.
    · If my children decided to stay in Japan.
    This scene exhibit that Peruvians have found two elements that are reducing their expectations of returning to Peru; the impact of capital acquisition on raising their income level, and the location of their children in the future.

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    Re: The depending factors or Dependent reasons?

    Dependent might be better

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