Language arts

Which should a speaker use to support a claim? (1 point)

persuasion

call to action

evidence

opinions

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  1. nobody:
    *everyone waiting for that one person with the list of answer*

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  2. ha literally i'm just waiting

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  3. Here are the answers
    1.Evidence
    2.It is related directly to the claim
    3.Sufficient evidence
    4.Using relevant and sufficient evidence

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  4. E A is correct

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  5. E A is correct!!

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  6. EA SPORTS Its in your brain
    EA Sports is correct!

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  7. 100% for Connexus evidence quick check
    1) evidence
    2)It is related directly to the claim
    3) Sufficient evidence
    4) Using relevant and sufficient evidence
    5) Sufficient evidence is enough facts and details to prove or support a claim, whereas relevant evidence directly relates to the ideas in the claim.

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  8. for 5.1.3 - Quiz: Exploring Graphic Treatment Quiz
    Language Arts 6 B - 1 / 5. Making Tough Choices / 5.1. Exploring Graphic Treatment
    1D
    2B
    3B
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    5A
    6A
    BOOM YOURWELCOME 100% 😘

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  9. E A is correct. Tysm!!

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  10. EA has so many likes lol
    EA is correct!

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  11. what is a claim?
    1) the statement of an argument
    2) a reason that tells why something is true or untrue
    3) ideas that oppose a belief
    4) facts and examples that support an opinion
    can someone please help me?

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  12. thank you!!@EA

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  13. THEY ARE ALL D'S 😲

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  14. Here are the answers for the Evidence Quick Check
    (no joke, one of the answers is the same name as the quick check lol)
    1.Evidence
    2.It is related directly to the claim
    3.Sufficient evidence
    4.Using relevant and sufficient evidence
    5.Sufficient evidence is enough facts and details to prove or support a claim, whereas relevant evidence directly relates to the ideas in the claim.
    @E A SPORTS is 100% correct
    SIDE NOTE: lol looks like a person drowning

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  15. 1.Evidence
    2.It is related directly to the claim
    3.Sufficient evidence
    4.Using relevant and sufficient evidence
    5.Sufficient evidence is enough facts and details to prove or support a claim, whereas relevant evidence directly relates to the ideas in the claim.

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  16. Thank you @not here your a life saver

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  17. ty e a

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  18. Thank you EA the people in 2021 really helped each other out! Not so much in 2022!

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  19. 1. evidence
    2. it is related directly to the claim
    3. sufficient evidence
    4. using relevant and sufficient evidence
    5. sufficient evidence is enough facts and details to prove or support a claim, whereas relevant evidence directly relates to the ideas in the claim
    e a sports and ena are correct!
    - have a nice day 💗

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  20. thanks ea

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