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Understanding Cisco standard access lists (Packet Tracer example)

getting to different answers might be confusing but to see the difference we should use simulation mode in packet tracer . by blocking the way on pc0 to reach to pc1 when pinging from pc0 it will say ...
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OSPF routes are not advertised

OSPF will not make up addresses, so the two network statements: network 172.16.10.0 0.0.0.0 area 0 network 172.31.10.0 0.0.0.0 area 0 are trying to use interfaces that do not exist on your router (...
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RIP routes are not being advertised

You need to include the link addresses (172.33.x.x) in the rip network statements. Otherwise, RIP won't send advertisements out those interfaces.
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How does a router decide what route to forward a packet when routes come from different routing protocols?

Longest match is what determines which route is taken. In other words, the most specific route wins every time.
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How router will send ARP resolve packet when it receive ARP request?

How router will send ARP resolve packet when it receive ARP request ? A router's ARP response doesn't differ from that of any other node. Router by default enabled with proxy arp configuration? No, ...
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Do VLANs within a subnet need to have their own subnet for router on a stick?

You are thinking about it backwards. It is not: I have 3 vlans in subnet A Rather, for example, think about it as: I have 3 subnets in VLAN 1. Remember VLAN's are to be thought of as physical ...
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Setting an OSPF router in one area that doesn't see other areas

In most OSPF implementation you can filter routes advertised and received with route-map. So one option would be to assign a route map that allows nothing on the received-routes.
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