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The thesis statement for the draft of your research paper should be (Points : 4) a single sentence that states the topic you choose for your research. an introductory sentence, a three-sentence summary of your research findings, and a concluding sentence. one or two sentences derived from your research hypothesis, conveying the purpose of your paper in the form of a statement that you will explain or defend. phrased in the form of a question that you will ...
Weegy: c.one or two sentences derived from your research hypothesis, conveying the purpose of your paper in the form of a statement that you will explain or defend is the answer. User: . In collaborative revision and peer review, the writer’s role encompasses (Points : 4) offering explanations to the peer reviewer to excuse the paper’s use of nonstandard constructions, clichés, or colloquialisms inappropriate in a given context. making whatever changes the peer reviewer insists need to be made. defending the draft against uninformed or malicious criticism by a classmate or peer. questioning the peer evaluator to discover underlying issues or weaknesses the reviewer may not know how to bring up or fully explain. Weegy: D. questioning the peer evaluator to discover underlying issues or weaknesses the reviewer may not know ... User: 10. Evaluating a source for a researched college-level composition (Points : 4) reveals its logical and evidentiary strengths and weaknesses to the writer. reveals any counterevidence that should be included in the research project’s development. focuses on the source’s reliability, bias, and main or central focus or topic. helps the student writer synthesize material from the source being evaluated Weegy: 3: focuses on the source?s reliability, bias, and main or central focus or topic. User: Most college-level research assignments develop arguments that (Points : 4) attempt to validate claims of value or to prove beliefs. are most effective when they present only evidence that directly supports their claims. involve their authors not only as persuaders but also as participants in the research conversation. use the same models as those employed in advertising and politics. Weegy: Most college-level research assignments develop arguments are most effective when they present only evidence that directly supports their ... (More)
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When calculating present value, the higher the interest rate, the higher the present value amount. False.
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