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The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars,
but in ourselves, that we are the underlings. (1.2.141-142)

What is implied by Cassius' comment to Brutus?


Cassius is implying that the reason they are in the positions they are in is because of fate.


Cassius is implying that he and Brutus don't have the power to change their position.


Cassius is telling Brutus that they can make their own fate rather than rely on chance.


Cassius is implying that Brutus weighs his decisions too heavily on what is meant to be.


Both Choices 'D' and 'E' are correct.

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