A chapter overview can help you _____. (A) preview and review the chapter

A chapter overview can help you _____. (A) preview and review the chapter or unit (B) determine whether you have retained information (C) present complex information in a clear format (D) divide the material into sections

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Solution 1

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(A) preview and review the chapter or unit

A chapter overview is a section, usually from a textbook, that gives the reader a preview and review of the chapter or unit, in a simple and superficial way. If the reader wants to have an idea of the content in the chapter, how some subjects relate to each other and focus more in specific detail, reading a chapter overview can be very helpful.

Solution 2

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A. Preview and review the chapter or unit

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