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If you were trying to measure the "social class" of various people, you would have to keep in mind that: A.it is necessary to specify exactly what you are measuring. B.you must measure this in every
way possible. C.there is no way to measure "social class." D.everyone agrees on what "social class" means.
The answer is A.it is necessary to specify exactly what you are measuring. If you were trying to measure the "social class" of various people, [ you would have to keep in mind that it is necessary to specify exactly what you are measuring. ]
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