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You can tell a cell is the active cell when it has a A. colored border and it is where the data you type will appear. B. bold border and data you type will appear next to it. C. colored border and data you type will appear next to it. D. bold border and it is where the data you type will appear.
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You can tell a cell is the active cell when it has a bold border and it is where the data you type will appear.
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You can tell a cell is the active cell when it has a bold border and it is where the data you type will appear.
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When reading a play, the reader has to imagine the A. style of language the playwright has chosen. B. lines of conversation between characters. C. final outcome in the last section of the play. D. details of setting and characters' appearance.
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The character of a clown or fool in Shakespeare's plays is often A. more dangerous than he appears. B. the play's main protagonist. C. wiser than expected. D. the most flawed character.
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Dramatic irony means that the audience knows something the character or characters don't.
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Dramatic irony means that A. everything works out in the end. B. the audience knows something the character or characters don't. C. the cosmos, state, family, and individual follow the same pattern. D. things are going to end very badly for someone.
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Dramatic irony means that the audience knows something the character or characters don't.
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What is 12/3 as an improper fraction? A. 8/3 B. 6/3 C. 2/3 D. 5/3
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At the beginning of the week, a particular stock sold for 293/8 per share. At the end of the same week it sold for 312/8. What was the amount of increase per share? A. 21/8 B. 17/8 C. 25/8 D. 23/8
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At the beginning of the week, a particular stock sold for 29 3/8 per share. At the end of the same week it sold for 31 2/8. The amount of increase per share was 1 7/8.

31 2/8 - 29 3/8
= 250/8 - 235/8
= 15/8
= 1 7/8 (answer)
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