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Homework Help: Language Arts

Posted by Anonymous on Thursday, February 28, 2013 at 12:14pm.

Read the following excerpt from "Saving Water."

“Abandon the bathtub, and hit the showers. Sometimes it just feels great to soak in the tub, but the tub holds between nine and 33 gallons (40 to 50 liters) of water, depending on how full we fill it.”

What kind of argument is used in this excerpt? (1 point)

appeal to emotions
appeal to ethics
appeal to reason

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