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Subject: SAT

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What is the meaning of the the word "plethora" as used in the following sentence? The teacher ensured us that she had a "plethora" of colleges for us to select from for our AVID research assignment.

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Answer:

The word means multiple as used in the above sentence.

Subject: US Government and Politics

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From reading the text, what can you say was the main difference between Radical Republicans and Moderate Republicans post Civil War?

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Moderate Republicans wanted to restore the South somewhat faster than the Radicals. Radical Republicans had the desire to see the Reconstruction Era through to the end. The Radicals also supported giving the African American slaves that had been freed by the Emancipation Proclamation full rights as citizens of the United States.

Subject: ACT

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Providing information from the text, provide support that shows the author's purpose for the article.

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When a question is written like the one above, the reader must be able to extract valuable information from the passages to support their reasoning for selecting the author's purpose.

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