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1. How can you reduce the stress of completing a project? A. Work on the project well into the night. B. Devote at least eight hours a day to the project. C. Put off the project until the last minute. D. Take a break from the project when you need it.
You can reduce the stress of completing a project by: Take a break from the project when you need it.
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You can reduce the stress of completing a project by: Take a break from the project when you need it.
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Positive energy balance is important when: C. a child is growing.
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A strain is: A twist or tear in a muscle.

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