Scientists are working hard to cure Cancer for the sake of ______________________.

Scientists are working hard to cure Cancer for the sake of ______________________.
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Answer: Prosterity

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The Grand Canyon is a ____________________ sight; we could have spent all day gazing at its magnificence.
Solution 1
I think it’s: A Grand Canyon is a profane sight
Solution 2

Answer:

I believe it is profane. The other words make no sense when you insert them into the sentence.

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Read this stanza from "The Raven" by Edgar Allan Poe.

Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered, weak and weary,
Over many a quaint and curious volume of forgotten lore—
While I nodded, nearly napping, suddenly there came a tapping,
As of some one gently rapping, rapping at my chamber door.
"'Tis some visitor," I muttered, "tapping at my chamber door—
Only this and nothing more."

How does what happens in this stanza propel the action in the poem?


It establishes why Lenore has left the speaker alone.

It gives the speaker a reason to speak to the raven.


It resolves the main conflict of the story.

It introduces the story and sets up the coming events.
Solution 1

Answer:It introduces the story and sets up the coming events.

Explanation:The narrator is giving the background of the story and setting the mood.  The narrator is reading, the night is "dreary," and the narrator is awake although tired.  He hears someone knocking, but knows only that it is a visitor and thinks nothing much about it.

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Can someone give me two questions to ask i need a when two questions for that where two questions for that and who two questions for that the book is called ungifted chapter 6 uncredited

PLEASE AND THANK YOU <3
Solution 1

Answer:

When is it time to go?

When do I go to lunch?

Where is the backpack for school?

Where do I turn in my homework?

Who do I turn my homework in to?

Who is my math teacher?

Explanation:

I don't know if this is what you meant lol but here you go,

I hope you have a wonderful day.  

Solution 2

Answer:

points for points homie

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Which detail supports the idea that using solar energy to power California's public buildings would benefit the state's economy, its environment, and its people?

Powering buildings with solar energy will create good, high-paying jobs in California.

People have not yet figured out how to use the sun's energy effectively.

Right now, only about one percent of the world's electricity is created by solar power.

39 million people live in California's hundreds of cities and towns.
Solution 1

Answer:

Powering buildings with solar energy will create good, high-paying jobs in California

Explanation:

It is the only option that is benefiting and related to the question

Solution 2

Answer:

Powering buildings with solar energy will create good, high-paying jobs in California

Explanation:

It is the only option that is benefiting and related to the question

Sorry to copy you answer but I had to I'm doing a quest for 400 points :3

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Which statement is an opinion expressed in "Solar Power for Public Buildings"?

"By population, it [California] is the nation’s largest state."

"America must increase its use of solar power, and California must lead the way."

"Solar power is electrical energy drawn from the sun."

"Harvard University professor Stephen Ansolabehere did a study on public attitudes toward renewable energy."
Solution 1

Answer:

Explanation:

It was b for me

Solution 2
Answer B
Explanation: California needing to lead the way is not a fact that can be proven
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Which statement accurately reflects the viewpoint the author expresses in "Solar Power for Public Buildings"?

California must follow the example of other states that rely heavily on solar power.

Using more solar energy will only cause some small environmental problems.

The world's failure to rely more on solar energy is foolish and illogical.

Business leaders are opposed to using solar energy because it might hurt their profits.
Solution 1

Answer: the first one :D

Solution 2

THE 3RD ONE OK DONT LITEN TO HIM TRUST ME I KNOW ITS HARD BUT I KNOW FOT A FACT HIS IS THE CORRECT ONE HAVE A NICE LIFE

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3. Which of the books likely tells about what was happening in France during Lincoln's lifetime?


A. Abraham Lincoln's World


B. The Assassination of Abraham Lincoln


C. Lincoln: A Photobiography


D. Lincoln Shot: A President's Life Remembered


4. It would be most appropriate to recommend The Assassination of Abraham Lincoln to someone who


A. is interested in European history


B. enjoys taking photographs


C. wants to be a newspaper reporter


D. likes to read comic books
Solution 1
The answer to 3 is A. The answer to 4 is C.
Solution 2

Answer:

For number three I say A and for four i say C

Question
What is the main idea of "Solar Power for Public Buildings"?

Using solar energy to power buildings in California would impress scientists and business leaders in the state.

Many jobs would be created if California began to use more solar energy.

California already has high energy costs, and those costs would increase if the state relied more on solar power.

Powering California's public buildings with solar energy would benefit the state's economy, environment, and people.
Solution 1

Answer: Hope this helps sorry answer is d

Explanation:

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Why did the author of "Solar Power for Public Buildings" write this piece?

to inform readers about the history of harnessing energy from the sun and other resources

to entertain readers with a fun story about what life could be like in the near future

to teach readers solar energy can be harnessed and turned into electricity

to persuade readers that California should power many of its buildings with solar energy
Solution 1

Answer : to persuade readers that California should power many of its buildings with solar energy

Explanation: never actually read it, but I took a test on it, and the questions all  only made sense with this answer. (it was also marked correct)

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Read the passage.

excerpt from Act III, Scene 2, in A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare

Puck
My fairy lord, this must be done with haste,
For night’s swift dragons cut the clouds full fast,
And yonder shines Aurora’s harbinger,
At whose approach, ghosts wand’ring here and there
Troop home to churchyards. Dam nèd spirits all,
That in crossways and floods have burial,…

Which quotation from the excerpt creates a sense of time?


"At whose approach, ghosts wand’ring here and there / Troop home to churchyards.…"


"Troop home to churchyards. Dam nèd spirits all, / That in crossways and floods have burial,…"


"For night’s swift dragons cut the clouds full fast, / And yonder shines Aurora’s harbinger,"


"My fairy lord, this must be done with haste,"
Solution 1

The quotation from the excerpt by the William Shakespeare creates a sense of time is about whose approach the ghosts wandring here and there or the Troop home to churchyards.

Who was William Shakespeare?

Shakespeare was an English author, playwright, and player. He is well known, the greatest English-language writer and the finest dramatist in the world.

He composed the written material composition that named as Midsummer Night's Dream, in which the approach that the ghosts wand’ring here and there or the Troop home to churchyards. is a quote from a William Shakespeare excerpt that evokes a sense of time.

Therefore, option A correct.

Learn more about the Shakespeare, refer to:

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Solution 2

"For night’s swift dragons cut the clouds full fast, / And yonder shines Aurora’s harbinger,"

Explanation:

Cause ¯\_(ツ)_/¯