Arranging Answer 1

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Notice that the notes and rests are grouped so that each beat is visible. This is done when a measure contains sixteenth notes or smaller. If there is no note (or rest) smaller than an eighth note in a measure of time, only the first and third beats need be visible. This is referred to at Berklee as the "imaginary bar line rule."

When there is half a note larger which begins ON a beat, the "imaginary bar line rule" is generally ignored.

Notice that the direction of the note stems has been corrected.

 

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