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a poet uses, at the end of lines to tie together thoughts and to produce pleasure with the repetitous sounds. A) Rhyme B)alliteration C) diction
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A poet uses rhyme at the end of lines to tie together thoughts and to produce pleasure with the repetitious sounds.
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1,200 divided by 12
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1,200 divided by 12 is 100.

1,200/12 = 100
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The monthly paycheck of an office manager whose salary is $57,000 per year is 4,750.00.

57,000/12 = 4,750
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