These instructions indicate how to complete the Part A - argumentative essay-writing section of your final exam. (Note: you must also complete Part B, the IRIS exam). You will write an academic argumentative essay on Electric Scooters (e-scooters) using only the 2 articles listed below, and your essay must address the Exam Essay Prompt Question listed below. Please take notice of the following: § The topic for your final exam essay is different to the topic used in assessments 1 & 2. § You will write an argumentative academic essay on Electric Scooters (e-scooters). Please see the specific essay prompt question below. § You must address the given essay prompt question in your argumentative essay. Make sure you understand the prompt question before you begin your research. § You can only use the 2 given articles (below) for your argumentative essay. Do not choose your own articles. If you use the wrong articles, your marks will be compromised. § Please download article both articles from the Curtin Library ProQuest database. You must be logged in to OASIS in order to access ProQuest. Here are the details of the 2 articles you must use for your argumentative essay: Article 1 TITLE: Considering the Potential Health Impacts of Electric Scooters: An Analysis of User Reported Behaviors in Provo, Utah AUTHORS: Jeffrey Glenn, Madeline Bluth, Mannon Christianson, Jaymie Pressley, Austin Taylor, Gregory S. Macfarlane, Robert A. Chaney JOURNAL: International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health YEAR: 2020 VOLUME: 17 ISSUE: 17 PAGE/S: 6344 (NOTE: there is only 1 page number referred to in the library details for this article) DOI: https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph17176344 Article 2 TITLE: Standing electric scooter injuries: Impact on a community AUTHORS: Matthew Bloom, Ali Noorzad, Carol Lin, Milton Little, Ernest Y. Lee, Daniel R. Margulies, Sam S. Torbati JOURNAL: The American Journal of Surgery YEAR: 2021 VOLUME: 221 ISSUE: 1 PAGE/S: 227-232 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.amjsurg.2020.07.020 Note: the above articles are available in ProQuest. Please download the articles through Curtin Library using the ProQuest database. Log into OASIS before looking for the 2 articles. (Do not use any other document; you must submit your essay on the Template). · Do not alter the formatting or delete anything on the Template. · Upload your completed assessment to the submission point in the Final Exam link on Blackboard. · Upload the completed essay as a Word document only. (Do not use pdf, or any other file type). · Upload your completed essay before the deadline given on Blackboard. No late submissions will be accepted. · Check you have uploaded the correct assessment (by going back in through the submission point), and ensure you receive a Turnitin receipt. There are no second chances.