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Why is writing important? How is writing important to you personally? How might writing be used in the following environments: academic, business, and social? Provide various examples of the types
of writing you would find in each environment.
Writing helps me to shape and structure my thoughts, in essence, it helps me to make sense of information. It also assists in improving my memory, I retain more information.
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