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The question below refers to the selection "Taste—The Final Frontier." Hydroponic plants are grown — A. on Mars. B. without air. C. in water. D. in soil.
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User: The question below refers to the selection "Taste—The Final Frontier." Hydroponic plants are grown — A. on Mars. B. without air. C. in water. D. in soil.

Weegy: D. in soil.
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User: The question below refers to the selection "The Cold Equations." Barton is on a mission to — A. take fever serum to a group of settlers. B. rescue a group of settlers stranded by a tornado. C. repair a disabled space cruiser. D. reunite a war hero and his sister.

Weegy: A. take fever serum to a group of settlers.
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User: The question below refers to the selection "The Cold Equations." Marilyn is best characterized as being - A. crafty and inventive. B. professional and competent. C. innocent and na ve. D. compassionate but unbending.

Weegy: C. innocent and na ve.
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User: The question below refers to the selection "The Cold Equations." As a result of the point of view, Barton emerges as — A. compassionate. B. unyielding. C. stern. D. foolish.

Weegy: B. unyielding.
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User: The question below refers to the selection "The Storyteller." The children consider the aunt’s story unsatisfactory because the — A. girl is dreadfully wicked. B. story is too long. C. children have heard the same story before. D. story teaches a boring moral lesson.

Weegy: D. story teaches a boring moral lesson.
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User: The question below refers to the selection "The Storyteller." The children are especially pleased with the bachelor’s story because — A. there is a wolf in it, B. the Prince is foolish. C. the park is filled with beautiful talking parrots. D. Bertha is “horribly good.”

Weegy: D. Bertha is “horribly good.”
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User: The question below refers to the selection "The Storyteller." Saki’s story is similar to the bachelor’s story in that both — A. reverse the reader’s expectations. B. teach moral lessons. C. have happy endings. D. please the aunt very much.

Weegy: A. reverse the reader’s expectations.
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User: The question below refers to the selection "The Storyteller." All of the following details from the story are humorous except — A. Cyril’s constant questions. B. the train’s clicking wheels. C. the girl reciting “On the Road to Mandalay.” D. Bertha’s conceited attitude.

Weegy: B. the train’s clicking wheels.
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User: The question below refers to the selection "The Storyteller." Using the omniscient point of view allows Saki to — A. unfold events from the bachelor’s viewpoint. B. comment directly on each character. C. make the bachelor’s persona dominant. D. slant the perspective and withhold specific information.

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"The Storyteller." Using the omniscient point of view allows Saki to : slant the perspective and withhold specific information.
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