How is the process of thinking chronologically similar to that of creating a timeline


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Answer: When you think of chronologically, it is like thinking of "first, next, then, last" this is the same as a timeline.

a timeline is basically a way to show us what happened over the years, there are the beginnings, middle, and end to pretty much everything

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