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A creative outline that uses branches to reveal concept connections and patterns you can see the big picture in. (Points : 2) a Note Taking b Free Writing c Cornell Method d Mind Mapping
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User: A creative outline that uses branches to reveal concept connections and patterns you can see the big picture in. (Points : 2) a Note Taking b Free Writing c Cornell Method d Mind Mapping

Weegy: d. mind mapping
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User: A loose note-taking system that employs associate two-column outlining is: (Points : 2) a Cornell method b Formal outline c Creative outline d Text notes

Weegy: a Cornell method.





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