Bailey, a Certified Fraud Examiner in an adversarial system, is being cross-examined in court on his expert opinion relating to a fraud matter. Darwin, a defense attorney, asks Bailey a question that is phrased in an overly and unnecessarily complex manner. Which of the following is the best way for Bailey to respond?
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