K12/ which statement best identifies the central idea of “leave grant alone? ” question 1 options: ronald reagan is an excellent candidate for replacing grant on the $50 bill, and congress should pass a bill that legislates the replacement. reagan's lasting effect on the country is yet to be determined, so he should not replace grant on u. s. currency. since currency puts citizens in touch with our nation’s greatness, we need to regularly update it to keep up with current events. reagan fans are putting continual pressure on congress to remove grant from the $50 bill. question 2 (5 points) saved in paragraph 5 of “time to change the $50 bill,” what argumentative strategy does the author use? question 2 options: he brings in research from a documented source. he acknowledges a counter claim from the opposition and argues against it. he builds the argument through the use of rhetorical questioning. he uses emotional appeal by creating an anecdote that touches the reader's heart. question 3 (5 points) which statement from “time to change the $50 bill” best supports the author’s central idea? question 3 options: “opponents of the change cite the relatively short time since reagan’s presidency, saying that the historical verdict has not yet had time to shape itself.” “on february 25, 2010, representative patrick mchenry (r-nc) filed bill hr 4705 in the house of representatives.” “they polled scholars both left and tight-leaning, and the result put reagan in sixth place and president ulysses s grant (currently on the $50 bill) in twenty-ninth place among the 40 presidents.” “some or most of it flows down and enriches those at lower economic levels.” question 4 (5 points) saved which of the following is not a feature of the revolutionary literary period? question 4 options: people arrive at truth through reason god created the universe, but is now hands-off patriotic ideas focus on serving the king
1. the answer is c.
2. the answer is a.
3. the answer is b.
an example of logos is thomas jefferson makes several appeals to logos or logic when drafting the declaration of independence.
an example of pathos is, thomas jefferson and the drafters of the declarations of independence made several appeals to emotion, or pathos when writing the document.
an example of ethos, when writing the declaration of independence , many appeals to ethos, or credibility and reasons.
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the cat sits on a tin roof.
the word sit is a verb, thus option a would be best in my opinion!
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i'm pretty sure that the answer is a. whales migrate south in the winter.