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Please reason why one is correct and not the other.

DexterтАЩs experiment showed that if a person diets, he lose weight.
DexterтАЩs experiment showed that if a person diets, he loses weight.
DexterтАЩs experiment showed that if a person diets, he will lose weight.

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