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The acceleration of gravity is a constant equal to _______ meters per second squared. A. 10.2 B. 8.4 C. 7.6 D. 9.8
The acceleration of gravity is a constant equal to 9.8 meters per second squared.
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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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