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What information do Rosencrantz and Guildenstern report to Claudius and Gertrude at the beginning of Act III, Scene I?
That Hamlet seems to be in good spirits and welcomed them warmly.
That Hamlet shared a bizarre story with them about King Hamlet’s death.
That Hamlet greeted them kindly but remains aloof and cryptic in his words to them.
That Hamlet seems volatile, stubborn, and irrational when he speaks to them.
That Hamlet mocks Polonius, which they find to be unfounded and cruel.