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What does a dot (•) do to the value of a note or rest?
A. It shifts the weight to a normally unaccented note.
B. It adds half the value of the note or rest to the note or rest.
C. It adds twice the value of the note or rest to the note or rest.
D. It subtracts twice the value of the note or rest.

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  1. the answers to the quiz are:
    a 1 1/2
    b it adds half the value of the note or rest to the note or rest
    d 6
    c 3
    c (half note )
    b a mechanical or electronic dives used to keep a steady tempo
    c rhythm
    c an eighth rest
    d flag
    b false
    trust me i got 100%

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  2. mom is right i go 100 thanks

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  3. mom is right!!! 100% 10/10

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  4. mom is right!!

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  5. Tysm @mom

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