GED Reasoning through Language Arts 4.3 Writing Skills

In this GED question, figure out which statement provided best offers the strongest evidence in support of the highlighted claim. GED Reasoning through Language Arts: Writing Skills Drill 4, Problem 3

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many preventable injuries and fatalities continue to occur and the

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choices are new York doesn't mean it's a lunch club

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All right well here it's important to consider the exact

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wording of the question questions asking for evidence meaning assertions

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backed by fact I'ii that story your cousin gus told

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you doesn't count Unless of course gossip research scientists who

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publish that story But that's not gonna happen Statement that

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hazards still exist in the workplace is just a claim

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There are no hard facts here to back it up

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stay with answers See this statement alone isn't giving us

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hard facts We don't know specifically what the negative economic

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consequences will be Could be Global recession could be the

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price of rahman jumps Another penny we don't know and

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d is just is vague way don't know the actual

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psychological cost not without figures and maybe a diagnosis to

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back it up Only statement be gives us hard number

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There have been three point three million people affected by

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workplace injury or illness Statement Be gives the strongest evidence

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making it the correct answer Now if only we could

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