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The ones that are informative are an encyclopedia (a resource that contains articles and information on various topics), a newspaper report on a political event (states activities and quotes that happened) ,and a product manual (provides instructions on how to use or take cake of a product).

A crime fiction book, a comic book, a romantic novel, and science fiction book are not informative because they are all made up of imaginary events and people.


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