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How can you create a balance between your own analysis and source material?
Include material from both the analysis and yourself. Try to pay equal attention to both yourself and the source material, both are important.
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Weegy: Include material from both the analysis and yourself. Try to pay equal attention to both yourself and the source material, both are important.
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