English SAT

Hi - i am doing english SAT practice and have a few grammar questions.

1. '60s flower child
Book says an apostrophe goes before 60. Can you explain why?

2. Helen is a bright, friendly, confident girl.
Book says this is correct Why is the word "and" not before confident. I think it should read Helen is a bright, friendly, and confident girl. Can you expalin why there is no "and"

asked by Lizzie
  1. 1. '60s is an abbreviated form of 1960s.

    2. It's not necessary to use "and" in this sentence.

    posted by Ms. Sue

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