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Before katie turns in the paper she typed she wants a peer to review it and give her feedback. katie uses her all in one printer to scan her edit,prints, and send them to her friend. An all in oneprinter is

-Input device
-Output device
-Data storage device
-Operating system

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  1. I beleive it is a Operating System. Just think about it carefully

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  2. Think about it this way: you put your document electronically into the printer and what comes out?

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  3. think

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  4. which 2 are they

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  5. can any teacher help me

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  6. They are input an output

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  7. 5 years later and u all are still wrong
    smh

    add my discord😋
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