Pageant Review Key

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Pageant Chapter Review Questions: Answer Key

Chapter 1: 1 (C); 2 (A); 3 (D); 4 (B); 5 (C); 6 (A); 7 (E); 8 (B); 9 (D); 10
(E); 11 (C); 12 (A); 13 (E); 14 (C)

Chapter 2: 1 (C); 2 (B); 3 (C); 4 (D); 5 (A); 6 (E); 7 (B); 8 (B); 9 (D); 10
(E); 11 (A); 12 (C); 13 (B); 14 (E)

Chapter 3: 1 (B); 2 (A); 3 (C); 4 (C); 5 (D); 6 (B); 7 (E); 8 (D); 9 (A); 10
(B); 11 (E); 12 (C); 13 (A); 14 (B)

Chapter 4: 1 (C); 2 (A); 3 (B); 4 (D); 5 (E); 6 (A); 7 (B); 8 (D); 9 (C); 10
(E); 11 (B); 12 (A); 13 (B); 14 (C)

Chapter 5: 1 (B); 2 (E); 3 (A); 4 (D); 5 (C); 6 (A); 7 (C); 8 (B); 9 (A); 10
(D); 11 (E); 12 (A); 13 (D); 14 (B)

Chapter 6: 1 (C); 2 (B); 3 (A); 4 (E); 5 (E); 6 (A); 7 (B); 8 (C); 9 (B); 10
(A); 11 (D); 12 (A); 13 (E); 14 (C)

Chapter 7: 1 (A); 2 (D); 3 (A); 4 (B); 5 (E); 6 (C); 7 (B); 8 (C); 9 (D); 10
(B); 11 (E); 12 (C); 13 (A); 14 (E)

Chapter 8: 1 (C); 2 (C); 3 (B); 4 (E); 5 (C); 6 (A); 7 (B); 8 (D); 9 (E); 10
(B); 11 (C); 12 (A); 13 (E); 14 (A)

Chapter 9: 1 (D); 2 (C); 3 (A); 4 (B); 5 (B); 6 (E); 7 (C); 8 (B); 9 (C); 10
(A); 11 (E); 12 (D); 13 (B); 14 (D)

Chapter 10: 1 (B); 2 (D); 3 (C); 4 (D); 5 (A); 6 (E); 7 (C); 8 (C); 9 (D); 10
(B); 11 (A); 12 (B); 13 (D); 14 (E)

Chapter 11: 1 (B); 2 (C); 3 (E); 4 (A); 5 (B); 6 (E); 7 (D); 8 (B); 9 (A); 10
(A); 11 (C); 12 (D); 13 (B); 14 (A)

Chapter 12: 1 (E); 2 (B); 3 (A); 4 (A); 5 (C); 6 (D); 7 (B); 8 (C); 9 (E); 10
(E); 11 (B); 12 (D); 13 (C); 14 (A)

Chapter 13: 1 (C); 2 (A); 3 (B); 4 (E); 5 (C); 6 (D); 7 (B); 8 (B); 9 (C); 10
(E); 11 (A); 12 (B); 13 (C); 14 (C)

Chapter 14: 1 (A); 2 (C); 3 (D); 4 (B); 5 (A); 6 (B); 7 (E); 8 (C); 9 (E); 10
(A); 11 (D); 12 (C); 13 (B); 14 (B)

Chapter 15: 1 (D); 2 (C); 3 (A); 4 (B); 5 (E); 6 (B); 7 (A); 8 (C); 9 (D); 10
(C); 11 (B); 12 (A); 13 (E); 14 (B)
Chapter 16: 1 (D); 2 (B); 3 (E); 4 (A); 5 (B); 6 (B); 7 (A); 8 (C); 9 (C); 10
(E); 11 (B);…...

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