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What is the difference between explicit and implicit ideas?..........A.Implicit ideas must be inferred, and explicit ideas are stated directly B.Explicit ideas must be inferred, and implicit ideas are stated directly.C.Both implicit and explicit ideas help readers draw conclusions, but only implicit ideas are facts.BExplicit ideas always appear in texts; implicit ideas sometimes appear in texts.

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    What do you think the answer is?

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    The adjective explicit means clearly expressed or readily observable. The adjective implicit means implied or expressed indirectly. Based on this information what do you think the answer would be?

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