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Which contains an error in logic as worded? A. Glass blowing is blowing through a tube into a mass of molten glass to shape a glass object. B. Glass blowing is when you blow through a tube into a
mass of molten glass to shape a glass object. C. Glass blowing is the process of blowing through a tube into a mass of molten glass to shape a glass object. D. Glass blowing refers to the process of blowing through a tube into a mass of molten glass to shape a glass object.
B. Glass blowing is when you blow through a tube into a mass of molten glass to shape a glass object.
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User: Which contains an error in logic as worded? A. Glass blowing is blowing through a tube into a mass of molten glass to shape a glass object. B. Glass blowing is when you blow through a tube into a mass of molten glass to shape a glass object. C. Glass blowing is the process of blowing through a tube into a mass of molten glass to shape a glass object. D. Glass blowing refers to the process of blowing through a tube into a mass of molten glass to shape a glass object.

Weegy: B. Glass blowing is when you blow through a tube into a mass of molten glass to shape a glass object.
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User: Which contains an error in logic as worded? A. Maria and I like that new shopping mall because it has lots of shops with really cool clothes. B. The reason Maria and I like that new shopping mall is that it has lots of shops with really cool clothes. C. The reason Maria and I like that new shopping mall is because it has lots of shops with really cool clothes. D. Because it has so many shops with really cool clothes, Maria and I like that new shopping mall.

Weegy: C. The reason Maria and I like that new shopping mall is because it has lots of shops with really cool clothes.
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User: Which contains an error in logic as worded? A. A forgotten backpack was Mark's usual reason for not turning in his homework. B. Mark's usual reason for not turning in his homework was that he forgot his backpack. C. Mark's usual reason for not turning in his homework was forgetting his backpack. D. Mark's usual reason for not turning in his homework was because he forgot his backpack

Weegy: A. A forgotten backpack was Mark's usual reason for not turning in his homework.
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User: Which contains an error in logic as worded? A. Arthur's dream since he was a little boy was of becoming an Olympic gymnast. B. Arthur's dream since he was a little boy was to be an Olympic gymnast. C. Since he was a little boy, Arthur dreamed of becoming an Olympic gymnast. D. Arthur's dream since he was a little boy was an Olympic gymnast.

Weegy: C. Since he was a little boy, Arthur dreamed of becoming an Olympic gymnast.
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User: Which contains an error in logic as worded? A. Wearing bell-bottom pants and a tie-dyed shirt was a fad during the 1960s. B. A fad during the 1960s was wearing bell-bottom pants and a tie-dyed shirt. C. A fad during the 1960s was someone wearing bell-bottom pants and a tie-dyed shirt. D. Bell-bottom pants and tie-dyed shirts were fads during the 1960s

Weegy: A. Wearing bell-bottom pants and a tie-dyed shirt was a fad during the 1960s
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User: Which contains an error in logic as worded? A. Next year, free admission to the event for children under 10 will be abolished. B. Next year, children under 10 will have to pay for the event instead of getting in free. C. Next year, children under 10, who now get in to the event free, will be abolished. D. Next year, children under 10 will no longer get in free to the event.

Weegy: D. Next year, children under 10 will no longer get in free to the event.
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User: Which excerpt from the passage supports the theme of resistance?A. In my haste and natural expectancy of instant compliance, I sat with my head bent over the original on my desk. B. Bartleby replied, in a mild, firm voice, "I would prefer not to." C. I looked at him steadfastly. His face was leanly composed; his gray eye dimly calm. Not a wrinkle of agitation rippled him.

Weegy: C. I looked at him steadfastly. His face was leanly composed; his gray eye dimly calm. Not a wrinkle of agitation rippled him.
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User: Which theme is best supported by the passage?A. Love makes our tasks as heavy as they are hateful. B. Love lightens a hateful task. C. The tears of our beloved make our tasks seem longer.

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