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Q: Which type of family is made up of two parents, and one or more biological or adopted children who live together? A. foster family B. nuclear family C. adoptive
family D. extended family
A: Nuclear family is made up of two parents, and one or more biological or adopted children who live together.
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Asked 5/10/2012 7:46:07 PM
Updated 9/19/2015 7:36:22 AM
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The type of family is made up of two parents, and one or more biological or adopted children who live together is a foster family.
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Nuclear family is made up of two parents, and one or more biological or adopted children who live together.
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@carlaloo-this is the same answer that is already provided for the answer. Please do not add an answer that is already provided unless you are also adding additional information to the answer.
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Communicable diseases are caught from food, water, animals, another person, or something else in the environment.
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