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I’ve been given an assignment that says it’s a ‘1500-word equivalent set of exercises’ and I’m wondering if it’s saying I actually need 1500 words or if it just means that it’s kind of on the same level as a 1500-word essay would be. Because it’s a set of exercises, most of the answers are layed out as options and they’re like three words each so it’s not like I can easily write 1500 words unless the answer options are literally 1500 words long. What does it mean by ‘equivalent’? On other assignments it doesn’t say ‘equivalent’ it just says 1500 words, but those are essays rather than a set of exercises. Anyway, the question is, what does it actually mean by a ‘1500-word equivalent’?
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...just write 1500 words' worth of answers.
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