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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 ...
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