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  1. nuccioreggie
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    Which of the following statements is the most respectful and credible in supporting teen ownership and use of smartphones? After sorting through the evidence on both sides, I believe that the benefits of smartphones for teens outweigh the potential consequences. It is obvious once a person examines the arguments on each side that teens ought to be able to own and use smartphones for education. News and information outlets such as Onlinecolleges.net report that 47 percent of students have used a mobile app for learning. Edudemic.com published an article noting that even basic apps on smartphones, like calculators and calendars, aid studying.

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    C because it cites a resource

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