# Language Arts

After reading The Riddle of the Rosetta Stone: Clues to the Puzzle, a student made this statement.

Thomas Young was clearly the most intelligent and determined researcher to try to decipher the writings on the Rosetta Stone.
This statement could be considered biased because it

A.
states two different facts about Thomas Young.

B.
fails to mention any facts about Thomas Young.

C.
views Thomas Young as an ordinary researcher.

D.
favors Thomas Young over other researchers.

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