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What is one way Buddhism differs from Hinduism?
A. Buddhism has teachers and spiritual practices.
B. Buddhism recognized that people are all interconnected.
C. Buddhism rejects a caste system and focuses on meditation.*
D. Buddhism teaches that a person's actions have consequences for spiritual development.

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    I agree.

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