A strong thesis needs to... A. have at least one item of evidence to support it.
B. include some of the wording from the prompt
C. include a direct quotation from the prompt
D. Have multiple items of evidence to support it

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Answer 1
Answer: The answer is “A” !!

Explanation: Readers need to be able to see that your paper has one main point. If your thesis statement expresses more than one idea, then you might confuse your readers about the subject of your paper.
Answer 2
Answer: The answer to your question is A

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Q: do as directed. a) give the other two degrees of "intelligent". Please help me...

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Hi there!

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⇒Most intelligent

⇒More intelligent

Hope this helped you!

Many of the characters in the novel Frankenstein share traits. Match the characters to the traits they share./12514331/1b2f0292?utm_source=registration

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Based off the story, the pair of character and the Traits would be :

Walton and Frankenstein : Blind ambition, for wanting to create immortal and find the secret to life
Frankenstein and the Creature : Love of nature. They originally were loving creatures

Elizabeth and Agatha : Passiveness. Elizabeth patiently for Victor's attention

Answer:

Frankenstein and the Creature : Love of nature.

Elizabeth and Agatha : Passiveness.

Walton and Frankenstein : Blind ambition

Explanation:  Plato answer

Level 1 hair is lighter in color than level 10 hair.
True
False

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Answer: False (I could be wrong)

Explanation: But I'm pretty sure it goes dark from light...so this is basically just reversed.

A teacher tells his class that whoever scores a 90 percent or higher will be allowed to go on the field trip. Which of the following BEST describes the field trip?

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Answer:

A privilege.

Explanation:

A privilege can be defined as an advantage or prestige given to someone or a group of people or a societal group. The person(s) who have privilege have benefits of it more than the other person or the group. They can enjoy its advantages beyond than others.

The field trip that the teacher is talking about to take her students on is available only to those who scores more than 90% or higher in the class.

This field trip is a privilege to those students who score higher or equal to 90%.

So, the correct answer is 'a privilege'.

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What are your plans after high school? Write a personal statement about how your education has prepared you to take on your next

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The only person that can truly answer this question is you! I can not begin to imagine what your personal statement looks like because I don’t know how your education has prepared you.

Take some time to think about it! You got this! A personal statement can not be right or wrong because it is your own opinions and experiences.

Be honest, even if the truth isn’t happy! Only you know what your high school experiences have been like!

King believes that extremists are...

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Answer:

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Explanation:

King believed that extremists are... necessary to bring about change in an unjust society.

Answer:

At first MLK did not like being catagorized as an extremist. He then relized being an extremist is not bad, it depends on what kind of extremist you are, a one for good or for bad.

Explanation:

“But though I was initially disappointed at being categorized as an extremist, as I continued to think about the matter I gradually gained a measure of satisfaction from the label. Was not Jesus an extremist for love…Was not Amos an extremist for justice…Was not Martin Luther an extremist…So the question is not whether we will be extremists, but what kind of extremists we will be. Will we be extremists for hate or for love? Will we be extremists for the preservation of injustice or for the extension of justice?” - MLK