# Drill bit

Bill's 3/8 inch drill bit is missing and is needed for a job. He can get by with drilling a smaller hole than 3/8 inch as long as it is as close to 3/8 inch as possible. Which of the following bits would be the best to use?

A. 13/32 inch

B. 23/64 inch

C. 1/2 inch

D. 5/16 inch

A. 13/32 inch

B. 23/64 inch

C. 1/2 inch

D. 5/16 inch

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