This poem follows strict rules: five lines, definite rhyme scheme, and regular meter. What type of poem is it? A. epic B. fixed C. prose D. free/open
This poem follows strict rules: five lines, definite rhyme scheme, and regular meter. The type of poem is prose.
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Updated 5/4/2015 2:58:00 AM
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This poem follows strict rules: five lines, definite rhyme scheme, and regular meter. The type of poem is prose.
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solve 4/5 x = 3/7
Weegy: In x^5=5^x, x^5-5^x=0 User: Using point-slope form, write the equation of the line that passes through (2, –1) and has a slope of –5. A. (y – 1) = –5(x + 2) B. (y – 2) = –5(x – 1) C. (y + 1) = –5(x – 2) D. (y + 2) = –5(x – 1) Weegy: The equation of the line that passes through (2, 1) and has a slope of 5 in point slope form is: (y + 1) = 5(x ? 2). User: Using point-slope form, write the equation of the line that passes through (2, –1) and has a slope of –5. A. (y – 1) = –5(x + 2) B. (y – 2) = –5(x – 1) C. (y + 1) = –5(x – 2) D. (y + 2) = –5(x – 1) (More)
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Updated 4/27/2015 10:01:40 PM
(4/5) x = 3/7
multiply 35 on both sides
28x = 15
x = 15/28
The equation of the line that passes through (2, –1) and has a slope of –5 in point slope form is (y + 1) = –5(x – 2)
Find the x-intercept and the y-intercept for the graph of the equation. x - 3y = 3
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Updated 5/9/2015 1:32:28 AM
For the graph of the equation x - 3y = 3, the x-intercept is (3, 0), and the y-intercept is (0, -1).
Confirmed by jeifunk [5/9/2015 2:21:49 AM]
Why is persuasion such an important part of most advertising and media? A. All media and advertisers practice ethics over persuasion. B. Persuasion was only used during propaganda campaigns during World War II. C. Persuasion is another name for researching the facts stated in an advertisement. D. Persuasion influences people’s opinions about issues, people, or products, possibly causing a consumer to support what’s being sold.
Weegy: Why is persuasion such an important part of most advertising and media? D. Persuasion influences people s opinions about issues, people, or products, possibly causing a consumer to support what s being sold. [ ] User: Which of the following choices is NOT a component of a "perfect" ad? A. The ad is visually appealing to attract the audience's attention. B. The ad is fact-based, and the facts are verifiable based on research. C. The ad uses propaganda to appeal to the emotions or logic of the consumer. D. The ad does not feature any stereotypes but is respectful of competitors' products. Weegy: B. The ad is fact-based, and the facts are verifiable based on research is NOT a component of a "perfect" ad. User: Which of the following BEST reflects the ways in which a gerund can be used? A. noun, adjective, adverb B. adjective, verb C. noun D. noun, adverb Weegy: Noun BEST reflects the ways in which a gerund can be used. User: How are participles and gerunds similar and different? A. Gerunds and participles are similar in that they both can end in —ed; however, they differ in their functions: gerunds function as nouns, and participles function as modifiers. B. Gerunds and participles are similar in that they both can end in —ing; however, they differ in their functions: gerunds function as nouns, and participles function as modifiers. C. Gerunds and participles are similar in that they both can end in —ing; however, they differ in their functions: gerunds function as modifiers, and participles function as nouns. D. Gerunds and participles are similar in that they both can end in —ed; however, they differ in their functions: gerunds function as modifiers, and participles function as nouns. Weegy: The answer is: B. Gerunds and participles are similar in that they both can end in ing; however, they differ in their functions: gerunds function as nouns, and participles function as modifiers. User: Why is a threatening, violent e-mail that ... (More)
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Updated 5/4/2015 11:06:33 PM
The definition of propaganda: Propaganda is an advertising style that presents only one side of an issue using highly persuasive techniques to influence people’s thinking.
Confirmed by selymi [5/5/2015 12:32:46 AM]
__________ is a deliberate exaggeration or overstatement. A. Simile B. Hyperbole C. Metonymy D. Personification
Weegy: Hyperbole is a deliberate exaggeration or overstatement. User: __________ is when one thing replaces something that is related to it. A. Simile B. Hyperbole C. Metonymy D. Personification Weegy: Metonymy is when one thing replaces something that is related to it. (More)
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