1- She is addressing the problem that she doesn’t use all the money she has put on her meal balance during the quarter. Her proposed solution is to allow the remaining balance to be used at local stores. She reasons that this would eliminate the feeling of being cheated out of her money and would bring the student body closer together. 2- Her evidence lies on her personal experiences. The administrators would have to take these experiences seriously to get a change. She effectively uses these to try and get her point across. 3- She uses her own experiences and the experiences of others to develops ethos. She uses pathosin the argument for gender discrimination and logos in her argument of different people using varying amounts. 4- Very effective.1- Friction caused from relationships. He provides firsthand evidence of relationships ruining morale in Iraq. I find it persuasive. 2- snook summarizes the view that women can do just as much as a man can. HE refutes that by stating that is not the issue, but rather the issue of rape, and other complications of a coed military. 3- Effective, because it is already in use. 4- His audience-based reasons are adequate. He appeals mostly to Logos with ethos and pathos reasoning. 1- Gets the reader's attention that most of the food we eat comes from bees
2- To stop using the pesticide. Because congress hasn’t decided if it would help or not. Asks readers to lobby for the bees. 3- To protect America's diverse food source. Not very effective because there is not much that theaudience can do other than become aware. 4- appeals to our interests because nobody wants a food shortage and it also appeals to the environment to protect bees would save the environment. All three work together.