Which excerpt from John Muir’s “Save the Redwoods” best appeals to readers’ logic? should any of these redwood kings come to the city in all his divine majesty, to be conspicuously seen and allowed to plead his own cause, defenders would never fail. Forty-seven years ago, one of these giant calavera sequoias was painstakingly cut down so that the stump could serve as a dance floor. another, one of the finest of the woods, over three hundred feet high, was flayed alive at a height of forty-five yards from the ground, and the bark was sent to London to show how well this calavera tree was tall and slender – like a sensible plan to skin our great men would prove their greatness. these kings of the forest, the noblest of a noble race, belong to the world by right, but since they are in California, we cannot escape the responsibility of their guardians. fortunately, the American people live up to that trust. . as soon as they see it and understand it. tuolumne and merced groves near yosemite, dinky creek grove, those in general grant national park and sequoia national park, with several notable unnamed groves in the kings, kaweah and tulle river basins, and included in the Serra Reserva forest, in recent years it has been partially protected by the federal government; while the well-known moth grove has long been guarded by the state.
The third would probably be the answer
– Tuolumne and Merced Woods near Yosemite, Dinky Creek Woods, General Grant National Park and Sequoia National Park, with several unnamed outstanding forests in the Kings, Kaweah and Tule river basins, and included in the Sierra Forest Reserve, these recent years it has been partially protected by the federal government; while the famous Mariposa Grove has long been guarded by the state.
D) The Tuolumne and Merced groves near Yosemite, the Dinky Creek grove, those in General Grant State Park and Sequoia National Park, with several notable unnamed groves in the Kings, Kaweah, and Tule river basins, and included in the Sierra the forest reserve, in recent years, has been partially protected by the federal government; while the famous Mariposa Grove has long been guarded by the state.
the answer is d Explanation: I have just finished the test
my bad did not want to answer
The excerpt from this passage by former conservationist John Muir, which I think would appeal to readers’ logic best, is “Forty-seven years ago one of these Calaveras royal redwoods was painstakingly cut, so that the stump could be used for the dance floor.” This image graphically shows how tall these redwoods are that a stump of one of these giants is large enough in diameter to serve as a dance floor, as it carries a huge, thick tree.
The statement that best appeals to readers’ logic is “The woods of Tuolumne and Merced near Yosemite, the woods of Dinky Creek, those of General Grant State Park and Sequoia State Park, with several notable woods which are not not named in the Kings, Kaweah, and Tule River basins, and included in the Sierra Forest Reserve, have in recent years been partially federally protected; while the famous Mariposa Grove has long been guarded by the state.
The answer C is wrong… Don’t write it down, if I hadn’t chosen c I would have gotten 100%, so yes… The answer is D 100% sure “D”