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Submitted by srabbitt on Mon, 08/12/2019 - 23:13

What is the perfect balance of information in a report? Not enough will leave the reader with more questions than answers. Too much information will cause a lack of interest in reading your report. The information needs to be presented in such a way that it flows and doesn’t repeat itself. How does one decide what to lead the report with? Should all the information covered all be listed first then each point explained with their own paragraph? I feel that the main points are the basis of the paragraphs and the introductory paragraph should explain what the paper is about and set the format in which the information will be presented. The difficult part is supporting information and staying on point. Having someone else edit your paper can really help with this. The author of a paper has personal feelings and biases that will affect making changes to the original work.