anonymous
  • anonymous
You can infer that the tree in Passage A is what​ kind? A. elm B. pine C. giant redwood D. mesquite
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Passage A The Tree 1. It was 390 feet tall. Nothing on earth could match it. It had stood as a slender sapling in the cool coastal​ air, perhaps moving slightly in a light​ breeze, on the very day Caesar​ (100 BCdash–44 ​BC) finally decided to move against Britain. But all that happened a long way from the area that would be called California. Great leaders were born as the tree grew. And they died as the tree became stronger and taller. Wars came and​ went, as well as plagues and famine. There were great celebrations and deep mourning here and there over the earth. The tree lived through it all.
ShadowLegendX
  • ShadowLegendX
What tree is practically notorious for growing to be tall, and grows in California?
anonymous
  • anonymous
C

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anonymous
  • anonymous
@ShadowLegendX ??
ShadowLegendX
  • ShadowLegendX
Yes
ShadowLegendX
  • ShadowLegendX
Al thought I donʻt think this belongs in English, the science sections donʻt get much attention, nor History
anonymous
  • anonymous
Well im sorry I did not know

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