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Which of the following factors does not directly affect family size and composition?
A. the divorce rate
B. the marriage rate
C. the GDP rate
D. societal values

D?


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    ok. technically it isnt my full name... it is a different name, my real name is both a different first and last name. i just think its a cool name

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