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Passage: from “Life Without Gravity” by Robert Zimmerman
Being weightless in space seems so exciting. Astronauts bounce about from wall to wall, flying! They float, they weave, they do somersaults and acrobatics without effort. Heavy objects can be lifted like feathers, and no one ever gets tired because nothing weighs anything. In fact, everything is fun, nothing is hard.

Which of the following best expresses the main idea of the selection?
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</span></div><div class="questionText">Which of the following best expresses the main idea of the selection?
A. Heavy objects can be lifted like feathers...
B. In fact, everything is fun, nothing is hard.
C. Being weightless in space seems so exciting.*****
D. ...they do somersaults and acrobatics without effort.

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  1. Whats upp,
    #1, this is not social studies; more towards ELA.
    But yes, I agree.

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  2. What the answers tho yall always be doin this man

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