Identify the part of the sentence which is grammatically incorrect:

(1) Even in thick fog, (2) the tower of the Taj (3) can be seen clearly (4) and so do those of the Agra fort.
(1) The ship had sank (2) in the Pacific (3) before the distress signal (4) was sent.
(1) Rajiv drove (2) as fastly as he could (3) but failed to (4) overtake the train.
(1) I don’t wish (2) to buy a new camera (3) as my old one (4) works perfect.
(1) The meanings of certain (2) difficult terms and phrases (3) are given (4) in the bottom of the page.

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1)Even in thick fog,the tower of taj and that of agra fort
2)The ship had sunk in the pacific before the distress signal was given.
3)Rajiv drove as fast as he could,but failed to overtake the train.
4)I don't wish to buy a new camera as the old one works perfectly
5)The meaning of certain difficult  terms and phrases ere given in the bottom of the page .
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1st one continues as "can be seen clearly"
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1)  Even in thick fog,  the tower of the Taj  can be seen clearly  and  so can those of the Agra fort be.
       There should be only one verb either can  and  do, in both parts.
2)  The ship had (already) sunk in the Pacific before the distress signal was sent.
3)  Rajiv drove as fast as he could but failed to overtake the train.
4)   I don't wish to buy a new camera as my old one works perfectly.
5.  The meanings of certain difficult terms and phrases are given at the bottom of the page.

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Set A,B and C are: A = {1, 2, 4, 8, 10 12,14}, B = { 1,2, 3 ,4, 5 }
and C { 2, 5,7,9,11, 13}.
Find A BC , A  B C, A BC and (B~C)i.e (A intersection B union C,A union B union C, A union B intersetion C)