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4 There are several common approaches to organizing an outline, what are they?
One of the most difficult steps in writing a paper is the very first step. [ [ We may have many great ideas for a certain assignment, but we can feel pretty lost when it comes to getting started with the writing--we don't always know where and how to write the beginning sentences. To avoid frustration, you can start out with a "mind dump" and just dump your random thoughts onto paper. For this
exercise, you should dump your thoughts onto paper in small text boxes. ] ]
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User: 4 There are several common approaches to organizing an outline, what are they?

Weegy: One of the most difficult steps in writing a paper is the very first step. [ [ We may have many great ideas for a certain assignment, but we can feel pretty lost when it comes to getting started with the writing--we don't always know where and how to write the beginning sentences. To avoid frustration, you can start out with a "mind dump" and just dump your random thoughts onto paper. For this exercise, you should dump your thoughts onto paper in small text boxes. ] ]
Expert answered|ANGEEELICA|Points 6732|

User: Which do you think would work best for your research paper?

Weegy: The best idea would be to jot down your ideas before actually writing a research paper. That would be the best idea that would serve to be most beneficial to you writing a paper.
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User: why?

Weegy: By putting ideas down before writing you will be able to have more choices that better fit your writing style. For example, lets say you are going to write about electronics. [ You could list a several subjects about electronics and pick the one that you are most experience with or interested in. Hope this helps. ]
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