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How are Boolean search strategies and other search filters useful?
A.They organize results alphabetically.
B.They narrow the search results.
C.They increase the number of search results.
D.They find creative sources.
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  1. Anyone?

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  2. I'd go with B (if you use NOT or AND)
    or C (if you use OR)

    I see no single best answer without further context.

    I assume you've done a web search on the phrase -- it will show lots of detailed discussions.

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  8. SOOO... B?

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    1. And,or,not
    2. They narrow the search results.
    3. To creat a link to a website.
    4. The results will only include sites that contain that aspect phrase Frosty the Snowman
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