Examine and describe each picture below write your answer on a separate sheet of paper​

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where is the picture. if you give the picture only I can tell you the answer you haven't given the picture please give the picture what can I do if you didn't get the picture I can't give the answer


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What does the word mean? When and how could you use this? Use proper grammar and spelling. The word is Annihilate

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Annihilate- Destroy utterly; obliterate

annihilate. Killing ends when the thing you are killing (your sworn enemy, all hope, a pesky mosquito) is dead. Annihilate goes farther-when you annihilate something, you wipe all trace of it from the earth. You kill a person, but you annihilate a tribe, a town, or even a species.

"With an audacious step in the service of scientifichegemony, Newton united the physics governing both
heaven and earth and declared the force of gravity to
be the invisible hand at work in each
realm." (Paragraph 2)
How does this sentence help to develop a central idea
of the text?

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how the discovery of gravity by Isaac Newton has changed the whole idea about Earth and the planets.

Explanation:

The idea of the whole text is to let the readers understand how the discovery of gravity by Isaac Newton has changed the understanding about Earth and the planets.

It was a breakthrough discovery in science which helped in understanding the physics of how Earth and heaven (heavenly bodies) worked.

Therefore, this sentence contain the central idea of the whole text as it states how the discovery of gravity has connected the physics between Earth and other heavenly bodies.

Read the following scene from Trifles.COUNTY ATTORNEY. Let’s talk about that later, Mr. Hale. I do want to talk about that, but tell now just what happened when you got to the house.

HALE. I didn’t hear or see anything; I knocked at the door, and still it was all quiet inside. I knew they must be up, it was past eight o’clock. So I knocked again, and I thought I heard somebody say, “Come in.” I wasn’t sure, I’m not sure yet, but I opened the door—this door (indicating the door by which the two women are still standing), and there in that rocker—(pointing to it) sat Mrs. Wright. (They all look at the rocker.)

What would be one advantage of watching this scene as opposed to reading it?

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"Trifles" is a one-act play written by author Susan Gaspell. It was first performed at the Wharf Theater in Massachusetts on August 8th, 1916. It tells the story of how Mr Hale found Mrs Wright acting strangely while her husband was strangled by a rope in the room upstairs. The whole play happens while Mr Hale is recounting the events to the county attorney at the farm house.

The advantage of watching the scene described in the question as opposed to reading it, would be that the audience would be able to watch all of the interactions that the characters make, and not only read about them. When Mr Hale points at the rocker or at the women standing at the door, the audience would be able to look at the things he is pointing at. This would bring more detail to the scene and therefore the audience's experience would be enhanced.

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One advantage that visualizing, instead of reading, the scene being described in this excerpt would have would be that you would actually be able to relate to both the emotions and the action being played out. By seeing all that is being described by Mr. Hale, visualizing it with him, you would actually be able to relate, and feel the emotions that such a tale generates, in those that are being part of the scene. Reading gives you a sense through words, but visualization allows you to penetrate much more into the scene and feel as the characters inside the scene feel.

Explanation:

"Trifles" is a one-act play that was written by Susan Glaspell and which was first presented to the public in 1916. The play narrates the events that take place during the investigation of the murder of Mr. Wright, and how the scenes and events of the murder took place.

In this particular scene, when Mr. Hale is describing to the county attorney what he saw, and how he felt, about the circumstances that he encountered when he found Mr. Wright dead, and Mrs. Wright just sitting peacefully in a chair in the kitchen, the feelings that you get from the description are great. However, you cannot help but get a sense of disconnection, since what Hale is doing is a recounting of events.

However, when you actually visualize his account, and see what he is describing, instead of reading, you are able to feel related to the account, and actually feel with him the severity and sharpness of the emotions and sensations generated by the gruesome discovery, and the shocking lack of emotions displayed by Mrs. Wright, despite the terrible event of her husband´s death.

In 35 words or fewer, describe a character from a movie, book, fairytale, video game, play, or another story that is round and has internal

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book: great expectations: pip

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Pip, an orphan about seven years old he lives with his sister who abuses him. Pip dreamed of becoming a blacksmith like his kind brother-in-law, Pip never feels comfortable with himself and when he mingles among the wealthy, he decides that a life of privilege would be more beneficial to him.

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Can you describe spongebob or something, not tryna be funny.

How does evidence in this second paragraph relate to the claim. Margaret Simmons: Your Brain On Technology

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She said that people memorized phone numbers but now 90% cant because of technology doing it for them. She also said that so many people are lost without GPS. She also said that humans don't know how to read a map or read road signs which were used back then. Summary: she says that our lack of memory leads to our lack of thought.

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What are the advantages and disadvantages to spending most of your day (andmaybe the night too) outside?

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The advantages are a nice tan and providing your body with vitamin d and the disadvantages are wrinkles in old age, sun burn, and harming your skin with the rays the sun gives off.  

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Advantages:

Spending time in forests, hiking in mountains, and just being outside can lead to significant health benefits. Studies have shown that walking in the woods can improve blood pressure, boost mental health, and decrease cancer risk. So go spend some time "forest-bathing" to improve your health.

Disadvantages:

If you spend too much time outside (Depending on the weather) you could get hurt. If it gets too hot you can get a horrible sunburn. If it gets too cold you could get frost bite and have your fingers or whatever gets frostbite surgery removed.

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