anonymous
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What can be concluded about both Solomon and the judge in "A Just Judge?" A. They are both very wealthy. B. They are both widely respected for their wisdom. C. Neither man is married. D. They both lived through violent childhoods.
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jamiebookeater
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NathalyN
  • NathalyN
um think its A
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok hey @amber001 do u agree?
anonymous
  • anonymous
@NeonStrawsForever do u agree?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
What do you think the answer is?
anonymous
  • anonymous
i was thinking A. like @NathalyN
anonymous
  • anonymous
Correct, Nathan shouldn't be giving out direct answer. I will ask again, please stop. http://openstudy.com/code-of-conduct
anonymous
  • anonymous
*but
anonymous
  • anonymous
thx can u help me with some more plz?
anonymous
  • anonymous
In "A Just Judge," why is it ironic that the beggar claims that Bauakas's horse is his own? A. The horse really belongs to the king, but the king cannot convince the judge of it. B. Bauakas had stolen the same horse many years before. C. The beggar is the king's brother. D. Bauakas wants to see the judge at work, but does not expect to be brought before the judge in a case of his own.
anonymous
  • anonymous
i dont think its A. or C.
anonymous
  • anonymous
@amber001 @NathalyN @NeonStrawsForever @alexandria904 Help plz
anonymous
  • anonymous
i will medal
anonymous
  • anonymous
I don't even know what this book or whatever is. I'm sorry but if you tell me a little bit about it maybe I can help you
anonymous
  • anonymous
Any ideas?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I don't really remember the story, but I remember a little bit. I'm sorry.
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok ill try to remember it might be a bit tho i havent read it in awhile
anonymous
  • anonymous
I tried to google it and see if I could find it on SparkNotes but it didn't come up
anonymous
  • anonymous
Are either of them married or wealthy?
anonymous
  • anonymous
i cant remember but i know it said something about a wife
anonymous
  • anonymous
i now remember that the had no wife
anonymous
  • anonymous
*they
anonymous
  • anonymous
and i believe that they were both wealthy
anonymous
  • anonymous
If I were you I would go with A
anonymous
  • anonymous
i was thinking of choosing A.

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