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How should you use a glossary? a To compare and contrast statistics within the text b To quiz yourself on the meanings of difficult words c To learn about additional "recommended reading" d To check the citations of the author of the text

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I think its A
are you sure ??
Im pretty sure

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A? A glossary contains the definitions of words in the text. I would think B.
its not A i just checked it
B
i'm thinking it's B
I have never used it for that but it is the only possible option. it doesn't have additional reading suggestions or citations. and Im not really sure what A is supposed to be.
I agree with @bek_love
the answer was b :)

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