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How are texting and instant messaging alike?

A. They are forms of instant digital communication.
B. Both must be done on a cell phone.
C. Both must be done on a computer.
D. Netiquette is not important when using either one.

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  1. And you think … ?

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  2. Hint: It definitely isn't D! Netiquette is always important.

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  3. Jfzjfsjgsjgzjgzjgztksyidyissjtjtskysjstshre I will
    Sure what will quit w jtsjgskysjtskykyeyos I'd suggest that I help me lol

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  4. if your in connexus and on internet safety unit 1 lesson 4 here are the answers
    1.b being polite and using good manners when in the cyber community
    2.a they are forms of instant digital communication
    3.d using netiquette can help prevent misunderstandings
    4.c it allows citizens to submit anonymous tips to the police
    5.b it is easy to misunderstand text messages
    I promise these are 100%

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  5. thank you @connexus kid

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  6. PEOPLE you guys are not anwsering the question

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  7. @connexus kid is correct

    Ps: I also use Connexus

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  8. ty i appreciate you @connexus kid

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  9. Look at my name! :D

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