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Compared with younger children, older children A. have larger friendship groups Correct B. find it easier to make new friends C. more often choose friends of the same sex and background as themselves D. change friends more often.
Compared with younger children, older children: Have larger friendship groups.
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Compared with younger children, older children: Have larger friendship groups.
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Aptitude tests are designed to measure A. capacity for divergent thinking B. how much has been learned C. verbal abilities D. potential for accomplishment
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Aptitude tests are designed to measure potential for accomplishment.

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