anonymous
  • anonymous
Studies have found that flying is about 29 times safer than driving. Still, many people have a fear of flying, even if they know how safe it is. A fear of flying often stems from feeling out of control. Unless a person is a pilot, he or she really has no control over the plane's movement. Also, planes make many odd sounds, and rides can be very bumpy. Usually, the best way to combat a fear of flying is with education. Knowing the physical laws that make flight possible, knowing what all the sounds a plane makes mean, and knowing how bumps affect flight can all help to lessen the fears people h
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Usually, the best way to combat a fear of flying is with education. Knowing the physical laws that make flight possible, knowing what all the sounds a plane makes mean, and knowing how bumps affect flight can all help to lessen the fears people have of flying. Because flying is the fastest way and one of the safest ways to travel, a person should not let the fear of flying get into his or her way. Which of these best summarizes the passage? A. To get past a fear of flying, the best help is education about planes and flight. B. Fear of flying is caused by many things, including lack of knowledge about planes and flying. C. Despite its safety, flying scares people for several reasons but can be treated by education. D. Even though flying is 29 times safer than driving, many people are scared of flying.
anonymous
  • anonymous
i think its a but im not sure?!? help
anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm thinking C.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
I think it's c, also.
anonymous
  • anonymous
"C" introduces the ideas that (1) flying is safe and (2) flying scares people, both of which are addressed in the paragraph. "A" seems only to address treating the fear -- although treating fear does imply that there is fear to begin with, it doesn't highlight it as much as does C. "C" treats all three: flying is safe, flying scares people, education is the way to treat such fear.

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