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Will Medal And Fan Which statement about argumentative essays is true? Essays should present one strong reason for readers to agree with the claim. Ineffective support will not hurt your argument as long as your claim is strong. Information found in charts, graphs, and videos can be used in your argument. You should stop researching as soon as you find two facts to support your claim.
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anonymous
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@sportyshorts42
anonymous
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Ineffective support will not hurt your argument as long as your claim is strong.
anonymous
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can you help me with some more again?

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anonymous
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How many?
anonymous
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4
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ok
anonymous
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You are researching for an argumentative essay about rising gas prices. Which of the following would be ineffective support? A graph about price increases from a news magazine published last month An interview with a neighbor who has strong opinions on rising gas prices An online article about gas prices with links to other sites to verify information
anonymous
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hello?
anonymous
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A about price increases from a new magazine published last month.
anonymous
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sorry my computer is slow xD
anonymous
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oh wait i missed one answer
anonymous
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You are researching for an argumentative essay about rising gas prices. Which of the following would be ineffective support? A graph about price increases from a news magazine published last month An interview with a neighbor who has strong opinions on rising gas prices An online article about gas prices with links to other sites to verify information A video of a recent news report about people being forced to give up driving
anonymous
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same question just one more answer at the bottom
anonymous
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oh wait now I think A video of a recent news report about people being forced to give up driving. I'm pretty sure its that one now.
anonymous
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Hello?
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hey srry bout that page crashed
anonymous
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An author claims that "Athletes caught using performance-enhancing drugs should be sentenced to prison." The author provides the following reason as support: Last year, 709 citizens were caught using steroids. 403 were put in jail. In the same period of time, 120 professional athletes were caught using steroids. None of them was sent to prison. There is no reason why athletes should not be punished just like everyone else. Which choice best describes the reason the author provides? It is effective. It supports the claim clearly and logically. It is emotional. It expresses personal feelings that cannot be backed with research. It is irrelevant. It discusses a fact that is off topic and does not support the claim. It is unverified. It does not cite a source to show where the information was located.
anonymous
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Sporty? You There
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@sportyshorts42

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