"the number 1, for example, is a brilliant and bright white, like someone shining a flashlight into my eyes." which best describes the effect of this comparison? it persuades readers to try seeing numbers as objects. it persuades readers to try seeing numbers as objects. it puts a complex experience in terms a reader can understand. it puts a complex experience in terms a reader can understand. it emphasizes that the author's way of experiencing numbers is special. it emphasizes that the author's way of experiencing numbers is special. it shows that the author is familiar with everyday objects and therefore trustworthy.
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Category: geography | Author: Sarah Aksinia
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