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According to Gardner
A.different in intelligences are not evident until the primary years.
B.differences in intelligences are not evident after the preschool years.
C.differences in intelligences are evident in the preschool years and they become more observable in the primary years.
D.differences in intelligences are not evident until adolescence.

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