Read the passage from a speech by president barack obama. good afternoon. mr. secretary general; your excellencies, we are here because, right now, in crowded camps and cities around the world, there are families—from darfur in chad, palestinians in lebanon, afghans in pakistan, colombians in ecuador—who’ve endured years—in some cases, decades—as refugees, surviving on rations and aid, and who dream of someday, somehow, having a home of their own. we’re here because, right now, there are young girls . . like my daughters . . who are just as precious and just as gifted—like the 16-year-old refugee from myanmar that i met in malaysia—who’ve suffered unspeakable abuse . . girls who pray at night that someone might rescue them from their torment. what evidence does president obama use to support the claim that the child-refugee problem needs to be addressed and fixed? select two options. obama uses empirical evidence, since he names the specific countries where refugees live. obama uses empirical evidence, since he uses a verifiable source in the refugee from myanmar. obama uses logical evidence, since it is reasonable to state that refugees want homes of their own. obama uses logical evidence, since it is common sense that most young girls are gifted. obama uses anecdotal evidence, since he shares stories about his visits to war-torn countries. obama uses anecdotal evidence, since he shares a personal experience he has had with a refugee.
C and E
It's C and E
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the direction of the magnetic field produced by an electric current will change when the direction of the electric current changes. for example : if a current is flowing in a straight length of wire, the magnetic field is described by a concentric circle (using right-hand rule).