FAQ: Automate and Organize Tests - describe and it blocks

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Could we have done this using only one describe function? So like,

describe('Math.max', () => {
  it('returns the argument with the highest value', () => {
    // Your test goes here
  it('returns -Infinity when no arguments are provided', () => {
    // Your test goes here
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