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sarah sets aside time every night to read some pages in her history book. She schedules a break into her study time. why is this not an effective study plan ?
A. The task is irrelevant to her priorties.
B. The task is not realistic for the time she has set aside.
C. The task is not concerte or specific enough.
D.Her scheduled break is not long enough.
I got D what do you think ?

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    How long is her study/reading time? How long is the break? How can you answer D if you don't know those things?

    Please re-think.

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    mmmmhhhmm that's true. i should of new that so is the answer eaither B or C ?

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    How much time has she set aside?

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    Thats what im confused about cause i don't see anything were it tells me how much time dose she set aside. is there anyway u can tell me :)

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    We can't tell you, but one of the answers reflects this situation.

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    yea i no is it b?

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    ms. sue are u there or anyone else that can help please is it b ?

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    Yes, B is the answer.

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    YAY!!! im happy thank you soo much :)

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    :-) You're very welcome.

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    :) wait ms. sue i have another question but there not letting me post it saying that its like a web url something like that when it dosnt have nothing like a link or somethign in it do u no why it dosnt let me post it ?

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    B is not a good answer..

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