ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL

How does Rainsford’s attitude advance the plot of this passage? He knows Zaroff is unpredictable.
He thinks Zaroff likes to play games.
He realizes being the hunted offers a chance for survival.

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Answer 1
Answer:

The correct answer is "He realizes being the hunted offers a chance for survival."

Explanation: Rainsford becomes confident because he is knowledgeable when   it comes to being a hunter, therefore he used this to his advantage by confusing Zaroff and predicting what he will do next.

Answer 2
Answer: I believe the answer is the first one.

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

Logistics means creating an efficient assembly line.

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Logistics is generally the detailed organization and implementation of a complex operation. In a general business sense, logistics is the management of the flow of things between the point of origin and the point of consumption in order to meet requirements of customers or corporations.

Is the management of the flow of things between the point of origin and the point of consumption in order to meet requirements that of costumers or corporations
COLLEGE

Why Nick? Fitzgerald could have chosen any perspective for his novel, but he chose first person narration, and he developed Nick Carraway. Why? Based on what you’ve read so far, what do you think Nick’s role is? What is Fitzgerald suggesting through Nick’s narration? Can we trust Nick?

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Why Nick? Fitzgerald could have chosen any perspective for his novel, but he chose first person narration, and he developed Nick Carraway. Why? Based on what you’ve read so far, what do you think Nick’s role is?

Answer: Nick is involved in the story, but not in the major conflict. He also provides a rather good description of Gatsby.

Explanation:

The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald is told by Nick Carraway, in first person point of view. First person perspective is characterized by the usage of word 'I' and not knowing what other characters are thinking unless they tell us.

Nick is a perfect narrator for this story - a seemingly invisible character who is greatly involved in the story but not in the main events. He socializes with all the main characters and is very friendly, but remains out of the drama. Moreover, Nick perfectly describes the character of Gatsby, which is probably his main role as a narrator. He recognizes all the positive and negative traits of his personality - his generosity but also his naivety. It is interesting to note that Nick himself mentions that Gatsby is a person he would normally hate, due to his wealth and luxurious lifestyle. Nick's willingness to look beneath the surface makes him a good narrator.

What is Fitzgerald suggesting through Nick’s narration?

Answer: He is suggesting that we should never judge people too hastily.

Explanation:

Nick's narration is devoid of all the judgement, and at the beginning of the novel, he himself claims that he is "inclined to reserve all judgments." Nick, of course, disapproves of certain actions of both Gatsby and the Buchanans  , but his tolerant nature is always present. Through Nick's character, Fitzgerald expresses his own opinion and suggests that we should not judge others too easily. Fitzgerald is a man who has met many people from different surroundings - he was a part of the intellectual elite. This novel portrays the superficiality of the Roaring Twenties, but at the same time, reminds us to be less judgmental.

Can we trust Nick?

Answer: Nick proves to be a reliable narrator throughout the most of the book. Therefore, we should trust him.

Explanation:

Although the critics often have different opinions regarding the reliability of Nick as a narrator, the majority agree that he is trustworthy.  Nick tries to be as truthful as possible, while his ability to reserve judgement also builds trust between him and the readers. He, naturally, brings certain biases to the story (for instance, his sympathy for Gatsby), but not intentionally. He does not lie to the readers on purpose, nor does his account of the events contradict other character's accounts.

HIGH SCHOOL

These magnificent birds are a sight you won't soon forget. What is the purpose of this sentence in the paragraph? To introduce a new topic to interest readers To provide further evidence of kite acrobatics To summarize the main point of the article To support an earlier supporting detail

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The purpose of the given sentence is to summarize the main point of the article. Thus, option third is correct.

What is sentence?

Sentence refers to the group of the words arranged properly in the line and gives the sense or the meaning. The line is only said to be as a sentence when it gives meaning to the words.

A group of words that can stand alone and communicate a statement, inquiry, exclamation, or command. They normally have a subject and a predicate and typically have one main clause with one or more supporting clauses is a Sentence.

The line mentioned in the question refers to the visualization of the beautiful site of the birds.

Therefore, it can be concluded that the goal of the preceding sentence is to encapsulate the article's major argument. Hence, option third is correct.

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I think the answer is the 3rd one,( to summarize the main point of the article).

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HIGH SCHOOL

How can you determine if information reported by a media source is factual? A. By searching your friends' blogs for more information B. By looking for evidence that the information is credible C. By asking friends or family if they've heard the same news D. By checking with your local police department

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Absolutely B. Your friends, family, and local law enforcers are not valid sources of statistical or factual confirmation under every circumstance. Hope this helped.

Answer:

The correct answer is B. By looking for evidence that the information is credible.

Explanation:

In order to determine if the information reported by a media source is factual, you should check other reliable sources like other media, journals or news channels to contrast the veracity of the information. The fact that more people have seen the same news does not validate them. A friend's blog is not a reliable source as well, and it is not the job of the local police department to check the veracity of every piece of information reported by the media.

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