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Which detail does the author use to support the main idea in this paragraph? A wind turbine captures the wind's energy. Turbines and windmills have a similar shape. A turbine has three long blades. It stands 100 feet tall. If you're driving across a stretch of open country, you might see rows of them spinning in the wind. As the blades spin, they power a generator. A generator is a machine that makes electrical energy. The energy from the generator goes to nearby homes and businesses. Windmills and turbines are similar in shape. Wind turbines each have three long blades. The generato

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    Which detail does the author use to support the main idea in this paragraph? A wind turbine captures the wind's energy. Turbines and windmills have a similar shape. A turbine has three long blades. It stands 100 feet tall. If you're driving across a stretch of open country, you might see rows of them spinning in the wind. As the blades spin, they power a generator. A generator is a machine that makes electrical energy. The energy from the generator goes to nearby homes and businesses. Windmills and turbines are similar in shape. Wind turbines each have three long blades. The generator produces electrical energy that goes to homes and businesses. Wind farms have rows of turbines spread across a stretch of open country.

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