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compile evidence about the relationship of activity-friendly environmental attributes to multiple potentialoutcomes."0 / 1 ptsQuestion 13The ABSTRACT of this paper and the CONCLUSION section of this paperexemplify the different goals of these sections of a journal article. Whatanswer best explains the purposes of these sections, as displayed in thepaper by Sallis and others "co-bene‘ts of designing communities for activeliving..."?The conclusion is like the end of a bedtime story; it puts tobed the paper by tying up loose ends. In contrast, since theabstract comes ‘rst, it has the goal of getting the readerexcited about delving into the paper.The conclusion provides an opportunity for the author(s) topresent ‘nal thoughts such as what research should bedone next, while the abstract attempts to very conciselycover the research question, methods, results, andconclusions all in a densely worded paragraph.You AnsweredYou AnsweredThe abstract simply lays out the key ‘ndings, while theconclusion attempts to very concisely cover the researchquestion, methods, results, and conclusions all in a denselyworded paragraph.The conclusion simply lays out the key ‘ndings, while theabstract attempts to very concisely cover the researchquestion, methods, results, and conclusions all in a denselyworded paragraph.Correct AnswerCorrect AnswerThe conclusion simply lays out the key ‘ndings, whilethe abstract attempts to very concisely cover theresearch question, methods, results, and conclusionsall in a densely worded paragraph.1 / 1 ptsQuestion 14Which is NOT one of the built environment attributes?WebsitesCorrect!Correct!Urban DesignTransportationLand UseIn social science, the term built environment refers to the human-made surroundings that provide the setting for human activity,ranging in scale from buildings to parks. It has been defined as "thehuman-made space in which people live, work, and recreate on aday-to-day basis.Quiz Score:13out of 14"PreviousNext#Submission Details:Time:11 minutesCurrent Score:13 out of 14Kept Score:13 out of 142021 Fall BHomeAnnouncementsSyllabusModulesDiscussionsGradesMediaAMPAccessibilityASU Course PoliciesResourcesTime in AZASU HomeMy ASUColleges & SchoolsMap & LocationsContact UsAccountDashboardCoursesGroupsCalendarInboxHistoryHelp1
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