Language Arts

which source is likely the most credible?(1 point)

1) a recent research report published by a professor

2) a decades-old article from an encyclopedia

3) a speech given by a political candidate

4) an advertisement by a large online store
I need help!!!

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  1. The question was probably written by a professor :)

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  2. Do you have the answers <3

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  3. What are the Answers????

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  4. I really need the answers please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  5. 1)Which source is likely the most credible?(1 point)

    a decades-old article from an encyclopedia

    a recent research report published by a professor

    a speech given by a political candidate

    an advertisement by a large online store

    2)Which option is an example of paraphrasing done correctly
    The Civil War tore apart the nation as states fought one another from 1861 to 1865. When the war ended, 750,000 Americans had died, and 4 million people had been freed from slavery. Despite the costs, the war kept the states together as a country and redefined the nation. (National Park Service 2018)

    By 1926, Goddard had constructed and successfully tested the first rocket using liquid fuel. Indeed, the flight of Goddard’s rocket on March 16, 1926, at Auburn, Massachusetts, was as significant to history as that of the Wright brothers at Kitty Hawk.

    According to the United States Geological Survey, “one-third of the planet’s amphibian species are threatened with extinction.”

    Library of Congress. “Civil War.” Library of Congress website. Accessed March 26, 2020. americaslibrary.gov/jb/civil/jb_civil_subj.html.

    3)Which option shows the correct use of quotations?(1 point)

    Dr. Robert Goddard devoted his life to scientific research and testing. (NASA 2017)

    The Civil War tore apart the nation as states fought one another from 1861 to 1865. When the war ended, 750,000 Americans had died, and 4 million people had been freed from slavery.

    United States Geological Survey. “Saving Salamanders: Vital to Ecosystem Health.” USGS website. Released December 13, 2016. usgs.gov/center-news/saving-salamanders-vital-ecosystem-health.

    According to NASA, Dr. Robert Goddard had a “lifetime of devoted research and testing.” (NASA 2017)

    4)Use the sentences to answer the question.

    Troy is learning about the environment for his school project. He finds a chart that compares the amount of waste per person per year in different countries.

    Which of the following can Troy assume is the idea that is presented in the chart?

    People should stop producing waste.

    America produces the most waste.

    Waste has an impact on the environment.

    Different countries produce different amounts of waste.

    5)Which option shows an example of organization by cause and effect?(1 point)

    The parade needs a grand marshal, and the council could choose a local celebrity, someone nationally known, or perhaps a political figure.

    The local author is available on the parade date, but hates crowds. On the other hand, the movie star loves crowds, but may not be available on the parade date.

    On July 5, the famous director canceled his appearance. By July 7, the council was exploring new options.

    Because the city had to reschedule the parade, the famous director was no longer available to be grand marshal.

    6)Use the sentence to answer the question.

    Spending more time outdoors could help young people to stay healthy—and less stressed.

    This sentence is an example of

    a valid response.

    supporting evidence.

    sound reasoning.

    a claim.

    7)Which search term would be the most effective if you were researching whether solar panels are feasible for residential use?(1 point)

    “solar energy useful”

    solar energy advantages

    solar panels feasible

    solar panels residential

    Can someone help me with this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  6. Never mind I got my answers now

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  7. what are they

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  8. yes please give answers, i will try to get mine out soon

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  9. okay here are my answers

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  10. 1.B
    2.B
    3.B
    4.D
    5.B
    6.A
    7.B

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  11. rest on your own sorry

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  12. nice bro thanks !

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  13. The answer are:::::
    B
    B
    A
    C
    A
    A
    D

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  14. You do know typing the letters of the answers YOU got isn't going to work for everybody, right?

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  15. Which source is likely the most credible?
    a recent research report published by a professor
    Which option is an example of paraphrasing done correctly?
    The Civil War tore apart the nation as states fought one another from 1861 to 1865. When the war ended, 750,000 Americans had died, and 4 million people had been freed from slavery. Despite the costs, the war kept the states together as a country and redefined the nation. (National Park Service 2018)
    Which option shows the correct use of quotations?
    According to NASA, Dr. Robert Goddard had a “lifetime of devoted research and testing.” (NASA 2017)
    Troy is learning about the environment for his school project. He finds a chart that compares the amount of waste per person per year in different countries.
    Different countries produce different amounts of waste.
    Which option shows an example of organization by cause and effect?
    Because the city had to reschedule the parade, the famous director was no longer available to be grand marshal.
    Spending more time outdoors could help young people to stay healthy—and less stressed.
    a claim.
    Which search term would be the most effective if you were researching whether solar panels are feasible for residential use?
    solar panels residential
    The rest is pretty easy so do it yourself lazy

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  16. Is no need to thank me but please do right?

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  17. hope ur right homie im gonna use your answers

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  18. I have my answers :)
    None of the people above me are right btw

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  19. What are the answers I really need them

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  20. Sorry I not giving you them. Because they worked for me I don't know if they will work for you. I'm not gonna waste my time so yall could say Alex is wrong. :)

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  21. I will not give you them. Sorry for the mist saying

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  22. 1. question-which source is likely the most credible?
    answer-A recent research report published by a professor
    2. question-which option is an example of paraphrasing done correctly?
    answer- The Civil War tore apart the nation as states spot one another from 1861 to 1865. When the war ended, 750,000 Americans had died, and 4 million people had been freed from slavery. Despite the cost, the war kept the states together as a country and redefined the nation. (National Park Service 2018)
    3. question-which option shows the correct use of quotations?
    answer- according to NASA, Dr. Robert Goddard had a “ lifetime of devoted research and testing.” (NASA 2017)
    4. question- Troy is learning about the environment for his school project. He finds a chart that compares the amount of waste per person in different countries.
    answer-different countries produce different amounts of waste.
    5. question- Which option shows an example of organization by cause-and-effect?
    answer- because the city had to reschedule the parade, the famous Director was no longer available to be grand marshal.
    6. question-spending time outdoors could help young people to stay healthy- and less stressed.
    answer- a claim.
    7.question- which search term would be most effective when you were researching whether solar panels are feasible for residential use?
    answer- Solar panels residential
    The rest you can find earlier in the Unit!! if you need help just lmk. i’ll be back later to help :) also remember that everyone’s test are different depending on where you live! This is for SC but since I typed out everything, if you see that some of your questions are the same these are the same answer for them. i hope everyone has a blessed day and please remember that you a loved and i’m proud of each and everyone one of you for getting your work done this year. Whether you cheated or used this website to check over your answers, you still cared enough to do it and that what matters. i love youuuu so much and I hope you have an amazing summer. ~K <3

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  23. Thanks

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  24. South Carolina Answers!!! Is correct. I got all the multiple choice questions correct!!

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  25. He is wrong like 100% I got a 100% on the test and my answer do not match his at all..........

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  26. what are the ansers

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  27. Here are the answers trust me they are right
    1. A
    2. C
    3. A
    4. C
    5. D
    6. D
    7. D

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  28. Seans wrong!!!!!!!!!

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  29. South Carolina Answers!!! is 100% Correct! Thank you😊

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  30. South Carolina answers were right got a 100%

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  31. Well I guess this is good bye................

    BUT

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  32. no X_X

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