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Q: Which of the following is an example of the concepts of growth and development functioning together? A. Children learning to print their names B. Hands and feet of newborns becoming rounded
with a well-padded look C. Children becoming taller D. Children gaining weight
A: Children learning to print their names is an example of the concepts of growth and development functioning together.
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