Possibly incorrect question/answer found in "Check your understanding"

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In taking the “Build Your First Process with Studio” under the “Meet the UiPath Studio Interface” section, there is a question at the end asking how to purposefully pause the debugging process (question pictured below).

In the video at 8 minutes and 53 seconds, it specifically states that Breakpoints “… are used to purposefully pause the debugging process on an activity which may trigger execution issues.” However, in the “Check your understanding” question, it says that the correct answer is to use the Step Into button and marks the answer about Breakpoints as incorrect. Could someone explain why the answer about breakpoints is incorrect, and how the answer about the Step Into activity is a better answer?

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