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Free Exam: Writing a Process Paragraph (How to Raise a Tent) Read the jumbled process of raising a tent. On the answer field, type only the number of the step being asked.

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Question 1

Write the number on the answer field the first step in Raising a Tent.

1. Congratulations, you are now ready to move in.

2. While holding the pole up, pull its rope tight and peg it down, so that the pole is held up by the rope and the pegs on opposing sides of the tent bottom.

3. Assemble the two remaining tent poles in a similar manner.


4. First, clear a 9 by 9 foot area of snags, limbs, and anything that might pierce the bottom of the tent.

5. Unfold the tent so that the corners of the waterproof bottom form a square.

6. Thread each pole through the two loops leading toward the top of the tent.

7. After you have all four poles in place, lift one of the poles.


8. Next, snap together all four external tent poles.

9. Place a pole near each of the pegs.

10. One person can set up the tent, although it is easier with two, and almost impossible with three or more.

11. When you reach the spot you are looking for, you will need to make camp by setting up a tent.

12. Peg down the corners of the bottom.

Type: Free text
Points: 1

Question 2

What is the second step?

1. Congratulations, you are now ready to move in.
2. While holding the pole up, pull its rope tight and peg it down, so that the pole is held up by the rope and the pegs on opposing sides of the tent bottom.
3. Assemble the two remaining tent poles in a similar manner.
4. First, clear a 9 by 9 foot area of snags, limbs, and anything that might pierce the bottom of the tent.
5. Unfold the tent so that the corners of the waterproof bottom form a square.
6. Thread each pole through the two loops leading toward the top of the tent.
7. After you have all four poles in place, lift one of the poles.
8. Next, snap together all four external tent poles.
9. Place a pole near each of the pegs.
10. One person can set up the tent, although it is easier with two, and almost impossible with three or more.
11. When you reach the spot you are looking for, you will need to make camp by setting up a tent.
12. Peg down the corners of the bottom.

Type: Free text
Points: 1

Question 3

What is the third step?

1. Congratulations, you are now ready to move in.
2. While holding the pole up, pull its rope tight and peg it down, so that the pole is held up by the rope and the pegs on opposing sides of the tent bottom.
3. Assemble the two remaining tent poles in a similar manner.
4. First, clear a 9 by 9 foot area of snags, limbs, and anything that might pierce the bottom of the tent.
5. Unfold the tent so that the corners of the waterproof bottom form a square.
6. Thread each pole through the two loops leading toward the top of the tent.
7. After you have all four poles in place, lift one of the poles.
8. Next, snap together all four external tent poles.
9. Place a pole near each of the pegs.
10. One person can set up the tent, although it is easier with two, and almost impossible with three or more.
11. When you reach the spot you are looking for, you will need to make camp by setting up a tent.
12. Peg down the corners of the bottom.

Type: Free text
Points: 1

Question 4

What is the fourth step?

1. Congratulations, you are now ready to move in.
2. While holding the pole up, pull its rope tight and peg it down, so that the pole is held up by the rope and the pegs on opposing sides of the tent bottom.
3. Assemble the two remaining tent poles in a similar manner.
4. First, clear a 9 by 9 foot area of snags, limbs, and anything that might pierce the bottom of the tent.
5. Unfold the tent so that the corners of the waterproof bottom form a square.
6. Thread each pole through the two loops leading toward the top of the tent.
7. After you have all four poles in place, lift one of the poles.
8. Next, snap together all four external tent poles.
9. Place a pole near each of the pegs.
10. One person can set up the tent, although it is easier with two, and almost impossible with three or more.
11. When you reach the spot you are looking for, you will need to make camp by setting up a tent.
12. Peg down the corners of the bottom.

Type: Free text
Points: 1

Question 5

What is the fifth step?

1. Congratulations, you are now ready to move in.
2. While holding the pole up, pull its rope tight and peg it down, so that the pole is held up by the rope and the pegs on opposing sides of the tent bottom.
3. Assemble the two remaining tent poles in a similar manner.
4. First, clear a 9 by 9 foot area of snags, limbs, and anything that might pierce the bottom of the tent.
5. Unfold the tent so that the corners of the waterproof bottom form a square.
6. Thread each pole through the two loops leading toward the top of the tent.
7. After you have all four poles in place, lift one of the poles.
8. Next, snap together all four external tent poles.
9. Place a pole near each of the pegs.
10. One person can set up the tent, although it is easier with two, and almost impossible with three or more.
11. When you reach the spot you are looking for, you will need to make camp by setting up a tent.
12. Peg down the corners of the bottom.

Type: Free text
Points: 1

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