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The Contest Begins

Quiz by Kimberly Herzog

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  • Q1
    Based on the article, what is the main text structure shown?
    Compare and Contrast
    Problem and solution
    Cause and Effect
  • Q2
    What is the best detail that shows how the author compares the Central Pacific with the Union Pacific?
    Workers had to blast the rock and build tunnels, slowing progress.
    Meanwhile the Central Pacific struggled.
    Both teams desperately needed laborers and machines.
    The Union Pacific worked quickly through its westward path.
  • Q3
    What is the best detail that shows how the author contrasts the Central Pacific with the Union Pacific?
    Once the contest between the two teams commenced, construction was slow.
    The workers had an arduous and dangerous job.
    It was not until the Civil War ended that more men were able to labor on the railroad.
    The Union Pacific worked quickly while the Central Pacific struggled.

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