Math

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Step one: Organize information, we have no difficulty in decorating information. 

Step two: Structure Reasoning. Many people provide opinions but rarely provide supporting reasons for their view. 

Step three: Consider evidence on the existence of the term. 

Step four: Identify assumption- the conclusion is an unexamined belief: what we think without realizing, we think it. Our inferences which are also called conclusions are often based on assumptions that we have not thought about critically. 

Step five: Evaluate Arguments- an argument is a conclusion based upon evidence. To evaluate these arguments, you must judge whether it is good or bad. An evaluation should be based upon national criteria. 

Step 6: Communicate conclusion- In my conclusion, communication is not just words, it is a mixture of tone and body language, you can effectively utilize your voice tone and body language to convey your message iity.

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    • Step one: Organize information, we have no difficulty in decorating information.

      Step two: Structure Reasoning. Many people provide opinions but rarely provide supporting reasons for their …