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help @undeadknight26 @capnkookcx

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  1. kosonge
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    D

  2. kosonge
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    ok

  3. kosonge
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    it might be c but im clueless honostly

  4. kosonge
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    what do you think it is

  5. kosonge
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    id go with C

  6. anonymous
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    c is wrong for the one i just posted

  7. anonymous
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    @KKLL99

  8. kosonge
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    well on what i read on the warden earlier id have to go with D

  9. kosonge
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    are those it

  10. kosonge
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    C

  11. kosonge
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    well we didnt do bad

  12. anonymous
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    i got a 90

  13. anonymous
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    thanks

  14. kosonge
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    good

  15. kosonge
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    lol now ill know when i get in 8th

  16. kosonge
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    do you fish for bass in florida

  17. kosonge
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    my smartscore went up one for helping u lol

  18. anonymous
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    Question 1 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points) (MC) Read the paragraph. Then answer the question that follows. Perhaps you wanted pizza for dinner, but you were out voted by the rest of the family who wanted chili. This is similar to what happens in a community. One person has to give up a right for the good of the group. Sometimes citizens' duties and rights conflict with each other. A good example is a public protest. People have the right to meet in groups and share ideas. However, a protest can disrupt traffic or other normal activities. A city must provide extra police protection to keep people safe. Therefore, the city has the right to require permission in advance for a protest. Government must make laws to balance the rights of individuals and different groups of people. Which statement best describes the purpose of the first sentence in this paragraph? The writer just wants to capture the reader's attention by mentioning foods that are popular with teens. The writer is introducing an idea by comparing it to a situation most people would understand or experience. The writer explains that just because you are in a family or community doesn't mean you can control the group. The writer is trying to help you understand that voting is a long, complex process that affects many other people. Question 2 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points) (MC) Read the paragraph. Then answer the question that follows. Perhaps you wanted pizza for dinner, but was out voted by the rest of the family who wanted chili. This is similar to what happens in a community. One person has to give up a right for the good of the group. Sometimes citizens' duties and rights conflict with each other. A good example is a public protest. People have the right to meet in groups and share ideas. However, a protest can disrupt traffic or other normal activities. A city must provide extra police protection to keep people safe. Therefore, the city has the right to require permission in advance for a protest. Government must make laws to balance the rights of individuals and different groups of people. How is the example of a public protest similar to the family dinner vote? Both require government laws to maintain order and safety. Both show conflict between the rights of individuals and groups. Both explain why the rights of groups always win over individual wants. Both demonstrate the downside of depending on voting to make decisions. Question 3 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points) (MC) Read the paragraph. Then answer the question that follows. The USS Alabama, built in 1942, is a monster weighing in at 35,000 tons. The ship was built during the Second World War and spent 40 months actively assisting the war effort in the Pacific Ocean. During that time, she was in 26 battles. In 1964, the ship moved to her present home in Mobile, Alabama. What type of text connection is in this paragraph and how do you know? An analogy, because the USS Alabama is to a monster as a battle is to war An analogy, because the USS Alabama is noted as being as big as a monster A comparison, because the USS Alabama is to a monster as a battle is to war A comparison, because the USS Alabama is noted as being as big as a monster Question 4 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points) (MC) Read the paragraph. Then answer the question that follows. Perhaps you wanted pizza for dinner, but were out voted by the rest of the family who wanted chili. This is similar to what happens in a community. One person has to give up a right for the good of the group. Sometimes citizens' duties and rights conflict with each other. A good example is a public protest. People have the right to meet in groups and share ideas. However, a protest can disrupt traffic or other normal activities. A city must provide extra police protection to keep people safe. Therefore, the city has the right to require permission in advance for a protest. Government must make laws to balance the rights of individuals and different groups of people. Which of the following statements best describes this paragraph? The paragraph contains categories of comparison. The paragraph contains a simile. The paragraph contains no text connections. The paragraph contains an analogy. Question 5 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points) (MC) Read the paragraph. Then answer the question that follows. Perhaps you wanted pizza for dinner, but were out voted by the rest of the family who wanted chili. This is similar to what happens in a community. One person has to give up a right for the good of the group. Sometimes citizens' duties and rights conflict with each other. A good example is a public protest. People have the right to meet in groups and share ideas. However, a protest can disrupt traffic or other normal activities. A city must provide extra police protection to keep people safe. Therefore, the city has the right to require permission in advance for a protest. Government must make laws to balance the rights of individuals and different groups of people. Which of the following statements best describes this paragraph? The paragraph describes the purpose of laws in a community but lacks the use of any text connections. The paragraph describes a simple comparison between a family protest and a community protest. The paragraph uses categories of comparison to judge whether individual or group rights are most important. The paragraph uses the analogy of a family is to choosing dinner as a community is to balancing rights and safety. Question 6 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points) (LC) Read the paragraph. Then answer the question that follows. Perhaps you wanted pizza for dinner, but were out voted by the rest of the family who wanted chili. This is similar to what happens in a community. One person has to give up a right for the good of the group. Sometimes citizens' duties and rights conflict with each other. A good example is a public protest. People have the right to meet in groups and share ideas. However, a protest can disrupt traffic or other normal activities. A city must provide extra police protection to keep people safe. Therefore, the city has the right to require permission in advance for a protest. Government must make laws to balance the rights of individuals and different groups of people. To what is a family compared to in this paragraph? Voting Community Public protest Laws and rights Question 7 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points) (LC) What text connection is used in the following: A paycheck is to employee like an “A” is to a student Simile Analogy Category Alliteration Question 8 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points) (LC) Read the paragraph. Then answer the question that follows. Perhaps you wanted pizza for dinner, but were out voted by the rest of the family who wanted chili. This is similar to what happens in a community. One person has to give up a right for the good of the group. Sometimes citizens' duties and rights conflict with each other. A good example is a public protest. People have the right to meet in groups and share ideas. However, a protest can disrupt traffic or other normal activities. A city must provide extra police protection to keep people safe. Therefore, the city has the right to require permission in advance for a protest. Government must make laws to balance the rights of individuals and different groups of people. What type of connection is used in the paragraph? Simile Contrast Category Analogy Question 9 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points) (LC) Read the paragraph. Then answer the question that follows. Perhaps you wanted pizza for dinner, but were out voted by the rest of the family who wanted chili. This is similar to what happens in a community. One person has to give up a right for the good of the group. Sometimes citizens' duties and rights conflict with each other. A good example is a public protest. People have the right to meet in groups and share ideas. However, a protest can disrupt traffic or other normal activities. A city must provide extra police protection to keep people safe. Therefore, the city has the right to require permission in advance for a protest. Government must make laws to balance the rights of individuals and different groups of people. What signal word or phrase indicates there is a comparison in this paragraph? Were outvoted by Is similar to With each Or other Question 10 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points) (LC) Read the paragraph. Then answer the question that follows. The USS Alabama, built in 1942, is a monster weighing in at 35,000 tons. The ship was built during the Second World War and spent 40 months actively assisting the war effort in the Pacific Ocean. During that time, she was in 26 battles. In 1964, the ship moved to her present home in Mobile, Alabama. Which sentence contains a text connection? First Second Third Fourth

  19. anonymous
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    @kosonge

  20. anonymous
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    @texaschic101

  21. anonymous
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    @KKLL99 @Capnkookcx

  22. kosonge
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    lol u have a bunch of test huh'

  23. kosonge
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    its kinda sad im the only one that helps u

  24. kosonge
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    and i barely know this stuff

  25. kosonge
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    1 is b

  26. anonymous
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    are you sure

  27. kosonge
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    yes

  28. kosonge
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    i think 2 is C

  29. kosonge
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    this stuff is easier than it look if you just thought about you could pass

  30. kosonge
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    im limited i have school to do too

  31. kosonge
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    work them out and ill check u okay

  32. anonymous
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    okaY

  33. kosonge
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    Question 3 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points) (MC) Read the paragraph. Then answer the question that follows. The USS Alabama, built in 1942, is a monster weighing in at 35,000 tons. The ship was built during the Second World War and spent 40 months actively assisting the war effort in the Pacific Ocean. During that time, she was in 26 battles. In 1964, the ship moved to her present home in Mobile, Alabama. What type of text connection is in this paragraph and how do you know? An analogy, because the USS Alabama is to a monster as a battle is to war An analogy, because the USS Alabama is noted as being as big as a monster A comparison, because the USS Alabama is to a monster as a battle is to war A comparison, because the USS Alabama is noted as being as big as a monster

  34. kosonge
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    what do you think it is

  35. anonymous
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    D

  36. kosonge
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    ok let me see

  37. anonymous
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    WAIT NO I THINK ITS C

  38. kosonge
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    yes correct

  39. kosonge
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    next

  40. anonymous
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    d or c

  41. anonymous
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    for 3

  42. kosonge
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    Read the paragraph. Then answer the question that follows. Perhaps you wanted pizza for dinner, but were out voted by the rest of the family who wanted chili. This is similar to what happens in a community. One person has to give up a right for the good of the group. Sometimes citizens' duties and rights conflict with each other. A good example is a public protest. People have the right to meet in groups and share ideas. However, a protest can disrupt traffic or other normal activities. A city must provide extra police protection to keep people safe. Therefore, the city has the right to require permission in advance for a protest. Government must make laws to balance the rights of individuals and different groups of people. Which of the following statements best describes this paragraph? The paragraph contains categories of comparison. The paragraph contains a simile. The paragraph contains no text connections. The paragraph contains an analogy.

  43. kosonge
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    C

  44. kosonge
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    you did this one already it was A

  45. anonymous
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    im not sure with this one

  46. anonymous
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    oh ok

  47. anonymous
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    is 5 b

  48. anonymous
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    @texaschic101 you want to help or are you just going to watch

  49. kosonge
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    yes its b i had to look over it

  50. kosonge
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    oh nvm

  51. anonymous
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    what what

  52. kosonge
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    i have a question on history can u help me real quick

  53. anonymous
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    yes

  54. kosonge
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    Read the paragraph. Then answer the question that follows. Perhaps you wanted pizza for dinner, but were out voted by the rest of the family who wanted chili. This is similar to what happens in a community. One person has to give up a right for the good of the group. Sometimes citizens' duties and rights conflict with each other. A good example is a public protest. People have the right to meet in groups and share ideas. However, a protest can disrupt traffic or other normal activities. A city must provide extra police protection to keep people safe. Therefore, the city has the right to require permission in advance for a protest. Government must make laws to balance the rights of individuals and different groups of people. Which of the following statements best describes this paragraph? The paragraph contains categories of comparison. The paragraph contains a simile. The paragraph contains no text connections. The paragraph contains an analogy.

  55. kosonge
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    oops wrong paste lol

  56. kosonge
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    Which was an important outcome of the Battle of Trenton? A. Sir William Howe resigned as commander of British forces in America. B. The British defeat signaled the end of the Revolution. C. The American army lost thousands of soldiers. D. The American victory boosted morale among the colonists.

  57. anonymous
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    one sec

  58. kosonge
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    ok

  59. kosonge
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    nvm dont worry about it

  60. anonymous
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    im not good with history sorry

  61. kosonge
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    its ok

  62. kosonge
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    so whats 6

  63. kosonge
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    6 is B

  64. kosonge
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    6 is D

  65. kosonge
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    7 is B

  66. kosonge
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    9 is B

  67. kosonge
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    10 is D

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