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Embracing Equality in Nature: The Unity of Trees at Dawn

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Question: Read these lines from Passage 2. “Here among the children of the sap Is no pride of ancestry: A birch may wear no less the morning Than an oak.” (lines 5–8) Which statement best paraphrases the central idea of the excerpt from Passage 2? The mighty oak has a greater status than a lowly birch. The lineage trees descend from is the “children of the sap.” Trees are competitive about their origins and their need for morning light. Without concern for their heritage, all trees are equals in nature as each day starts.

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The statement that best paraphrases the central idea of the excerpt from Passage 2 is: "Without concern for their heritage, all trees are equals in nature as each day starts."

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April 11, 2024, 7:14 a.m.

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Published: Thursday, April 11, 2024

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