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chamillemassey:

Which is the best example of a note taken for the following supporting detail? The Venus flytrap is a carnivorous plant that catches and digests prey, usually insects. The Venus flytrap is a carnivorous plant that catches and digests insects. plant = Venus flytrap carnivorous—catches, digests food usually insects

DespriteMate:

I think this is the right answer, I'm not 100% sure but I think this should be it. The Venus flytrap is a carnivorous plant that catches and digests prey, usually insects. I like the way it says 'prey, usually insects'. And the Venus flytrap doesn't only eat insects, they eat slugs, spiders and even maybe sometimes tiny frogs. I hope I helped:)

Mercury:

I would like to politely disagree with the previous response. The question is asking for the best example of a *note* being taken. When you take notes, you are not supposed to copy word-for word (or near-word-for-word) from the original source, because that takes too long and defeats the purpose of taking notes, rather than just looking at the original source. This is actually a mistake a lot of people make when they're taking notes, because they're too afraid to lose information, so they end up writing too closely to the original source. Anyway, that aside, try looking through the choices for the note that best captures the most important information without copying the original too closely. short words, bullets, and phrases, rather than full sentences, are better for note-taking.