If an rna-based virus like the one we have here were to be considered a living thing, make an argument as to why the virus’s

If an rna-based virus like the one we have here were to be considered a living thing, make an argument as to why the virus's rna would be considered its primary source of heritable information. also explain why this virus's primary source of heritable information would not be the dna, rna, or rna polymerase of the infected cell.

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  1. The book contains photocopies of Jefferson’s original letters. Not only are these letters Jefferson’s actual words, but the copies also present his words in his own handwriting. While the page isn’t the actual letter, Jacob is quoting Jefferson’s actual words and thoughts. Therefore, the book is a primary source document.

    Explanation:

  2. The virus becoms infection, and they create an epidemic that will last for a long time. This was the case back in the early days.

  3. A. Neither painting is a primary source.

    Explanation:

    "Primary sources" are considered materials that are first-hand accounts of certain events that a researcher is curious about. This means that the sources have been created during the time period or closest to the time period that they happened.

    The painted image of the U.S. Constitution in 1787 was made in 1940, so this is not a primary source. In the same way, the American victory at the Battle of Yorktown in 1781 was made in 1836, thus, this image is not a primary source as well. They were made far after the events occurred.  

    So, this explains the answer.

  4. Cherokee leader John Ross sent a a letter to Abraham Lincoln in 1862. In this document, Ross stated that the growing pressure over his people forced them to support the Confederacy during the American Civil War. Also, he claimed for the Union to ratify the existing treaties in order to maintain the inegrity and  welfare of the Cherokee Nation. Ross however, stated that his people supported the Union cause.

    A second source of the letter is the analysis that you can find in the book "The Cherokee Diaspora" by Gregory Smithers which provides new elements over the motivation of Ross when wrote the letter and also the deep division within the Cherokees.

    By reading the book, the readers can find the motivations why Ross and a part of the Cherokee nation were reluctant to side one of the factions during the Civil War. Also, readers can understand what happened aftermath and the consequences still remained until 21st century.  

    Explanation:

  5. Two circumstances fits with the question:

    1 - if the chapter's authors based their conclusions on their analysis of primary sources related to the Russian Revolution of 1917

    2 - if that chapter were being read to understand how American educators taught Russian history in the 1960s.

    Explanation:

    The 1960s in America were a confusing period under the shadow of the Cold War. The United States and the Soviet Union were fighting ideologically to prove which system - Capitalism or Communism - was the best. Each side attempted to show the problems and mistakes of each economic system, sometimes almost reaching to fight fiscally. Because of all these misunderstandings and attacks of both sides, it's necessary to be careful with all the material produced at that time, especially a textbook, because the content can be tendencious, and mislead the reader. We ONLY could consider this textbook relevant if the authors were correct on their sources, writing based on researches, and if this textbook would be used to understand how Russian history was taught in the 1960s. Because one way or another, this textbook is outdated a lot!

  6. Explanation:

    The book contains photocopies of Jefferson’s original letters. Not only are these letters Jefferson’s actual words, but the copies also present words in his own handwriting. While the page is not the actual letter, Jacob is quoting Jefferson’s actual words and thoughts through this letter. Therefore, the book is a primary source document.

  7. answer:

    something you like

    explanation:

    do it on something you liked or something that you found interesting in history.

    look up your information

    and put it in your own words

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