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Such an offer must be accepted with an act. The offeree must know of the offer and the offer must have motivated his acts. There is a disagreement as to the motivation of the offeree; some jurisdictions do not care what motivated the offeree, they just inquire into his knowledge of the offer. 

See Multicare Medical Center v. State Social & Health Services, 114 Wash. 2d 572, 584, 790 P.2d 124, 131 (1990) ('under a unilateral contract, an offer cannot be accepted by promising to perform; rather, the offeree must accept, if at all, by performance, and the contract then becomes executed'). 

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