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The Data Set American.stock Contains 12 Columns And You Want 10 Of Those Columns Included In The Output Table. Which Statement Would Be Most Appropriate? » Re⥃askly

The data set american.stock contains 12 columns and you want 10 of those columns included in the output table. Which statement would be most appropriate?

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