# What is the second step in summarizing plot events?

What is the second step in summarizing plot events? -identify the main events and details in each part of the plot. -objectively explain the story in your own words. -identify the characters and setting presented in the exposition. -think about the order of events in the section you are summarizing.

The correct answer is objectively explain the story in your own words.

Explanation: The second step is telling what happens rephrasing it straightforwardly.

Objectively explain the story in your own words is correct.

Explanation:

When we want to summarize plot events there all the options mentioned are important. However, not all of them fit in the second step. It is important to identify main events and characters but that is something that should be done first, to have a general idea of the text. Setting and characters are also important but those should be studied in particular if a deeper research or summary is necessary. Finally, think about the events in a specific section refers to that, to a specific section and not the complete text, which is the idea of the question. That is why explaining the story on your own words is correct as a second step, right after identifying main events and characteristics.

-0.20, -0.14, -0.28, -0.53, -0.14, 2.55, -0.99, -0.27

Step-by-step explanation:

mean of data: s.d. s.d. s.d.=  z scores:

-0.20, -0.14, -0.28, -0.53, -0.14, 2.55, -0.99, -0.27 Changing the soil type, ground cover

Explanation:

Erosion is a gradual disintegration of the earth surface by water or other natural agents. There are your types of erosion caused by rainfall. They are: splash erosion, sheet erosion, rill erosion, and gully erosion.

A characteristic of the land surface in the plots that could be altered to decrease the amount of erosion in both plots is to "Change the soil type and ground cover alternatively."

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Normal Quantile Plot

Step-by-step explanation:

We are given the following in the question:

40.3 , 34.8 , 31.8 , 38.2 , 44.2

Formula: where are data points, is the mean and n is the number of observations.  Sum of squares of differences = 92.352 Formula:  The attached image shows the normal quantile plot. To be able to plot and Identify the y-intercept you must first look at the points given to you with the graph, for example, if the point is (1,3) the y-intercept would be where the 3 is heading against the second point.

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