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How do you think presenting information differs from writing a paper on that same information?
presenting involves having proper equipments and involves vocal aspects while writing doesn't.
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How do you think presenting information differs from writing a paper on that same information?
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How do you think presenting information differs from writing a paper on that same information?
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