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When is it appropriate to use a biased opinion in a research paper? It is never appropriate. when you supply both sides for a complete picture when you use one side to strengthen your thesis's claim There is never a time when a biased opinion is inappropriate to use.
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What is the purpose of expository writing? It explains something. It identifies something. It describes something. It persuades someone.
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