1) sections 1, 2, and 10 are significant primarily because they suggest the likelihood that a) widow wycherly is actually the woman in the full-length portrait. b) dr. heidegger wants to include his guests in an experiment with the water. c) dr. heidegger plans to drink some of the water from the vase and needs witnesses. d) the guests will be asked to witness dr. heidegger's transformation when he drinks the water.
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Hi! I'm afraid that your question is incomplete since you don't mention the name of the book you're referring to, nor you mention the author. Anyways, I did a little research online and found out that the book is called Dr. Heidegger's Experiment and I think I can guide you to find the correct answer.
As I said before, I found out that you are referring to a book/story named Dr. Heidegger's Experiment. As far as I could find, this character is the main character of the story. Dr. Heidegger invites his friends to his place because he feels related to them since they all have experienced misfortune and he wants them to assist him in an experiment he is going to perform.
I can't know what exactly happens in sections 1,2 and 10 because I don't have the text in front of me, so I can't know what they suggest, but you'll be able to do it with the text in front of you. Read those sections carefully and analyze what they transmit, what is the main objective of those sections, ask yourself: what do these sections, in particular, suggest regarding Dr. Heidegger and his experiment?
We now know that he invites the guests because he needs them for an experiment, so options B and D seem pretty reasonable, but I don't know if Sections 1,2 and 10 release new information that fits better with some of the options. So, pay attention to this and you'll do great!