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Fran has been struggling with the tasks she has to accomplish over the next few weeks: homework due the next day (Tuesday), a French test that Thursday, an essay due in two weeks, an algebra test next Friday, and a science project the following Monday. To make things worse, she has to plan a surprise party for her best friend's birthday the weekend after next. How should she list her priorities, starting with the most urgent task? Rearrange the list below to build the right sequence.

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    algebra test birthday party homework science project English essay French Test

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    homework, science project, English essay, French test, Algebra test, birthday party.

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    @GH0STjt26

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    b'day party sleep ;)

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