Tiene and usted tiene
Both are correct, as the usted is optional to phrase in the sentence.
But it is marked incorrect. Grammatically it is correct, so I believe it shouldn't be marked incorrrect.
Usted tiene is also correct, you're right. But your answer was "Ustedes tiene", using the plural of ustedes and this is why it was marked wrong.
I hope it clarified it.
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