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This learning style prefers to hear material presented orally in lecture or discussion. (Points : 1) a Visual b Auditory c Kinesthetic
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User: This learning style prefers to hear material presented orally in lecture or discussion. (Points : 1) Visual Auditory Kinesthetic

User: This learning style prefers to hear material presented orally in lecture or discussion. (Points : 1) a Visual b Auditory c Kinesthetic

Weegy: The best answer is Auditory learners. This learning style prefers to hear material presented orally in lecture or discussion.
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