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Which sentence best describes clustering
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User: A. You write down words or ideas that occur to you in no particular order. B. You're generating words that suggest possible sentences or paragraphs. C. You're generating words that suggest possible themes for an essay. D. You write down words or ideas in chronological order

Weegy: Thank you. The answer is B. You're generating words that suggest possible sentences or paragraphs.
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User: thank you

Weegy: you are welcome. Do you have any other questions that i can help you with?
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