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A(n) ________ is a need or want that's strong enough to cause the person to seek satisfaction. A. price B. attitude C. motive D. perception
A motive is a need or want that's strong enough to cause the person to seek satisfaction.
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A motive is a need or want that's strong enough to cause the person to seek satisfaction.
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