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Statement 1: A study suggested that children who earned an allowance spent their money more carefully than those who did not.

Statement 2: Children should receive an allowance for chores done at home.

Statement 3: With an allowance, children learn about earning money and the value of money.

In 3–5 sentences, explain which statement is a claim, which is a reason, and which is evidence and in which order the statements should be appear in the paragraph.

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  1. No one will write your assignment for you, but someone may be able to check your work if you post it.

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  2. @Anonumous 2, then why r u on here o_O??? there's literally only one HONEST answer to that moreover to get an answer, ur not wrong though

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  3. anyways this was my answer I hope this helps it's not really 3-5 sentences but if you put in a couple words here and there I think it'll be fine. "The claim in this text is Statement 2, the reasoning is Statement 3, and then lastly the evidence is Statement 1. I think that this is the way that the statements are supposed to be."

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  4. So you guys can say "The claim in this text is Statement 2, the reasoning is Statement 3, and then lastly the evidence is Statement 1. Like #nanami is hawt said, thx by the way then just say all of this "Children should receive an allowance for chores done at home. A study suggested that children who earned an allowance spent their money more carefully than those who did not. With an allowance, children learn about earning money and the value of money." Love you guys bye
    2:02 12/17/2021

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  5. Thanks everyone.

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  6. just came here to check my work, tysm for the people that helped! my answers were correct i just doubt myself lol

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