Which of the following does an argumentative text contain that an informative text does not?(1 point)
Which of the following are the steps for evaluating a claim?(1 point)
evaluate the evidence and reasons, identify the claim, ask if the claim is logical
identify the reasons, write a paragraph about it, identify the claim
read the text, trace the argument back to the claim, find the testimonies
identify the claim, evaluate the evidence and reasons, trace the argument back to the claim
Which of the following is a good example of unbiased evidence that supports the use of wind power?(1 point)
The average wind turbine can power more than 1,500 homes.
Wind power is the best choice for creating natural energy.
I believe that wind power will help stop our reliance on fossil fuels.
Wind turbines takes away from the beauty of natural landscapes.
Use the sentence to answer the question.
Most doctors say many people who don't get enough sleep every night struggle with illness and stress.
Which kind of evidence is this an example of?
When evaluating a claim, which of the following would tell you that it is not a good claim? (1 point)
The argument is supported by facts and reasons.
The argument does not come to a logical conclusion.
The evidence does not contain a testimony.
The evidence contains both facts and opinions.
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Sans there not the only one right is 3 DONT RECOMMEND
well sans only one is right 4 are wrong
so what are the answers
what are the answers
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For the first question, an argumentative text contains opinions that an informative text does not. To determine the answer, you can analyze the characteristics of both text types. Informative texts provide facts and unbiased information to educate the reader, while argumentative texts present a claim or opinion and support it with evidence, reasoning, and persuasive language.
For the second question, the steps for evaluating a claim are to identify the claim, evaluate the evidence and reasons, and trace the argument back to the claim. By analyzing these steps, you can eliminate the incorrect options and select the correct answer.
For the third question, a good example of unbiased evidence that supports the use of wind power is the statement: "The average wind turbine can power more than 1,500 homes." This evidence is objective and supports the effectiveness of wind power without any personal bias or opinion.
For the fourth question, the sentence provided is an example of a testimony. A testimony is a statement or opinion made by someone with expertise or personal experience in the subject. In this case, the statement is made by doctors, who can be considered as experts in the field of health.
For the fifth question, when evaluating a claim, a claim is not a good claim if the argument does not come to a logical conclusion. While the other options may also affect the quality of the claim, not having a logical conclusion indicates that the argument is not well-reasoned or supported, making it a weak claim.
can someone check my answers
my answers are
2. read the text, trace the argument back to the claim, find the testimonies
3. The average wind turbine can power more than 1,500 homes.
4. a claim
5. The evidence contains both facts and opinions.
I hope these are correct