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A small fish in the Pacific Ocean watches a shark swim by a large rock a few meters away. Which of the following is the the reference point in this scenario?
A. Shark
B. Large rock
C. Water
D. Pacific Ocean
Is the answer C?
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asked by Callie
  1. Disagree.

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    posted by PsyDAG
  2. Why are u asking people question when ur sopose to do it urself lol

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    posted by siad
  3. To be honest "siad", you can judge other's abilities to educate themselves when you learn proper grammar.

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