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Differences in the rates of development between boys and girls are most noticeable between ages A. 5 and 6. B. 6 and 8. C. 10 and 12. D. 8 and 10.
C. 10-12. This is the period in time at which most children begin puberty. During puberty, girls tend to grow and and mature much faster than boys.
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User: Differences in the rates of development between boys and girls are most noticeable between ages A. 5 and 6. B. 6 and 8. C. 10 and 12. D. 8 and 10.







Weegy: D) 8 and 10
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C. 10-12.

This is the period in time at which most children begin puberty. During puberty, girls tend to grow and and mature much faster than boys.
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