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Each main idea in a paragraph should be supported by ____ pieces of proof or evidence. two four five three none of the above

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    four B

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    main idea is one sentence, then there are 4 supporting details

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    Depending on the claim of the parargaph the number of proofs required varies. There is no "The Way. Some researchers require tens of proofs to prove their claim in a paragraph as the concept being claimed is extremely complex. Take "solving a triangle" as an example. The same context applies to English writing. You need just enough proofs to be able to support your claim whatever that be.

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