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Jasper, who already had 6 cookies, has just taken the last cookie from the jar after Mother told him, "No more cookies!" You saw Jasper take the cookie. You ask him how he feels about what he has just done. Jasper says that he likes cookies. You ask him how his mother would feel if she knew about the cookie, and Jasper says that she would be ashamed of him. Jasper is probably how old?

A. 4½

B. 5½

C. 6½

D. 7½

A?

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  1. The answer is C

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