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In "Life Without Gravity," the author provides many ideas and details about living in microgravity. What do you consider the most important idea in "Life Without Gravity"? In an essay, describe the idea you think is most important and explain its importance. Support your claim with details from the essay. Use the reading selection to help you answer the question.

asked by i am dog
  1. please simplify it.

    posted by i am dog
  2. Did you read "Life Without Gravity"?

    What do you consider the most important idea in "Life Without Gravity"?

    posted by Ms. Sue
  3. yes I did read it. Thanks Mrs. Sue!

    posted by i am dog
  4. Thank you for answering one of my questions. Now, please answer the second one.

    posted by Ms. Sue

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