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All of the following are included in an objective summary except A) main ideas B) important points C) brief descriptions D) illustrative examples
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User: All of the following are included in an objective summary except A) main ideas B) important points C) brief descriptions D) illustrative examples

Weegy: D) illustrative examples
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User: An implicit statement about the author's purpose is A) reflective B) inferred C) summative D) directly stated

Weegy: B) inferred
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