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Name: Thomas CaldwellDate: 07/01/2020Facilitator: Amy SmartSchool: Pell City High School4.08 Combining SentencesDirections: The information in the following paragraph is accurate, but the sentences are short and choppy and the relationships between ideas remain unclear. In the space provided, revise these sentences using techniques of coordination and subordination to improve the flow of the sentences and to establish the connection between ideas.During the Enlightenment, many American leaders were scientists and inventors. George Washington is best known as the first American president. He began his career as a surveyor. Thomas Jefferson was the third president. He had a life-long interest in botany, anatomy, anthropology, meteorology, and physics. Benjamin Franklin never served as president. He was curious about the natural world. He believed that humans could perfect society. His curiosity andbeliefs helped to make him a successful inventor. He developed a stove that bears his name. He