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How many quarters are in 5

There are 4 quarters in 1 whole So 20 quarters are in 5

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Language feature kill the pig cut her throat spill her blood

There is plosive language as well as the use of imperatives ‘kill’ ‘cut’ ‘spill’.

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What is the 26th term in 7,10,13,16 in Arithmetic term?

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Relationship of physic to other subject and technology

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