English 11 A - Final Exam

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Part A: which statement best expresses how the author achieves a particular purpose in paragraphs 5 and 6

Part B: select two details from the passage that together best support the answer to Part A
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imagine that the wave carrying the surfboard did not come from the wind, but instead were generated by an engine on the surfboard itself, and you'll understand the concept of warp drive.

concepts are great, but can we learn to actually squeeze and stretch space like the spandex of our workout pants?
central idea 1: fiction can persuade people to believe what had seemed impossible might actually be possible.

evidence for central idea 1: "... when did warp change from an imaginary technology to an actual theory study by real-life scientist?"(p. 8)

central idea 2: scientist are sometimes satisfied with developing theories when technology is lacking.

evidence for central idea 2: "... he only wanted to know if general relativity allowed for the possibility of warp speed...."(p. 13)
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