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Gardner (1993) defines intelligence as: A. the ability to solve problems and or fashion products that are of consequence to a community. B. the ability to successfully and consistently score high on intelligence tests. C. the ability to think in a linear fashion. D. the ability to respond appropriately to instructional demands.
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User: Gardner (1993) defines intelligence as: A. the ability to solve problems and or fashion products that are of consequence to a community. B. the ability to successfully and consistently score high on intelligence tests. C. the ability to think in a linear fashion. D. the ability to respond appropriately to instructional demands.

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Gardner (1993) defines intelligence as: A. the ability to solve problems and or fashion products that are of consequence to a community.

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A. the ability to solve problems and or fashion products that are of consequence to a community.
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