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Q: which kind of graphic organizer would be most helpful in comparing and contrasting information? A) idea web B) flowchart C) timeline D) Venn diagram
A: A Venn diagram would be most helpful in comparing and contrasting information.
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The events that immediately follow the climax and lead to the resolution are called the falling action.
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The events that immediately follow the climax and lead to the resolution are called the falling action.
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Revising word choice is not part of the prewriting stage of the writing process.
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