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Always allow _______ to complete a writing project. A. at least one day B. just enough time C. about one week D. more time than you think you will need
Always allow more time than you think you will need to complete a writing project.
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Hints of what's coming next in the plot -is what foreshadowing provides the reader in a story.

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The side characters in novels tend to only appear in a few episodes.
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A block has a volume of 0.07 m3 and a density of 3500 kg/m3. The force of gravity acting on the block in air is 2401 N. density = mass / volume , mass= 3500*0.07 =245 kg , force = mass *acc , force = 245 *9.8 = 2401 N.
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