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Pen

Can you explain to a layperson who's not familiar with the jargon what 'inflection point' means in a)?

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As I understand it, an inflection point is a point of transition that marks a significant shift, whether positive or negative. In human children, adolescence marks the inflection point of development as children make the transition to adulthood.

Pen

Got it. Thanks.

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