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Pretend you're reading an op-ed piece about America's trade policy with European nations, and it's written by a person who heads an organization that speaks on behalf of European companies that conduct overseas trade. To which of the following rhetorical elements does this immediately draw your attention?
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Pretend you're reading an op-ed piece about America's trade policy with European nations, and it's written by a person who heads an organization that speaks on behalf of European companies that conduct overseas trade. The rhetorical elements which immediately draw attention was "Comparison/Contrast ."
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10x - 4 + 2x = 56 User: 10x - 4 + 2x = 56
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10x - 4 + 2x = 56;

12x - 4 = 56;

12x = 56 + 4;

12x = 60;

x = 60/12;

x = 5
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