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Why is it important to find thorough evidence for inferred meaning in an informational text?

to make sure that the evidence directly relates to the inference
to check that the author did not include the explicit meaning
to ensure that all parts of the inference are justified and accurate
to be sure that the meaning comes from all parts of the text

B?

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  1. oops I meant C XD

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  2. yall i need help :/

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  3. I agree with C.

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  4. But wouldn't it be a multiple choice? a few of the answers seem right.

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  5. Right, Bre? They always make it so broad.

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