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Which one of the following statements best represents an algorithm? A. If your customer says "yes" to the first question, go to question 4; if he or she says "No," go to question 5. B. Since most
people are either "Doves" or "Pigeons," being nice to them gets their attention. C. Since plan A has worked in the past, I say we go with plan A. D. If the present assembly line will take care of building the chassis, we will buy parts for the upgraded model.
D. If the present assembly line will take care of building the chassis, we will buy parts for the upgraded model.
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