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    Why does the author include the conversation between the two boys and Michael Faraday at the end of "Michael Faraday's World"? The conversation actually happened in real life. The conversation shows how Faraday valued asking questions. The conversation led to one of the boys growing up to invent the light bulb. The conversation demonstrated how wealthy Faraday had become

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