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John folded a wet washcloth
in four. Mary spreads hers out.
Which washcloth dried the
quickest???And please explain.

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    Can someone please help me with this question? please.

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    More drying air gets to the washcloth that is spread out.

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    Include the word evaporate in your answer.

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