The PATH variable is set in /etc/environment: 

PATH="/usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/games:/usr/local/games"

And updated in .bash_profile:

export PATH=/usr/temp:$PATH:/usr/local/apps

Select the statements are correct.

(Select all acceptable answers.)

/usr/local/bin will be searched before /usr/games.
/usr/local/apps will be searched before /usr/local/sbin/.
If both /usr/local/apps and /usr/local/bin contain a binary with the same name, the version in /usr/local/apps will be executed. 
If the current directory contains a binary with the same name as one in /usr/local/sbin the version in the current directory will be executed.
The which command can be used to find binaries at locations within the PATH.
   

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