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In which stage of sleep are you if your eyes are closed, but if aroused, you may feel like you have not slept?
O A. stage 1
O B. stage 2
O C. stage 3
O D. stage 4
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In which stage of sleep are you if your eyes are closed, but if aroused, you may feel like you have not slept? O A. stage 1 O B. stage 2 O C. stage 3 O D. stage 4

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