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You want someone to write the report for you?
I'm afraid I can't do that, it's obviously a school assignment and you using my work would be plagiarism
No i wont.. i have my ppaer of english.. its notmy assignment..
Maybe not, but I have my own school work to get done and I will not write an essay for someone who won't write their own.
No one on here is going to outright GIVE you an essay. That'd be a waste of their time and a waste of yours (yours because you aren't learning, which is what school and its assignments are for)
Oh god its not a a assignment..!!
@KathyMae95: plzzzzz help me
everyone is selfish here.. no one helps me..
No one help me either ill do u paper if u do mine?
@annas.. annas look here i am struct.
Alright Raham you need to understand what are the main headings in a report. (And none can write a whole report for you because it takes alot of research and time). I am going to provide you a few guide lines 1. Title of the Project (first thing is title of your project) 2. Abstract (An abstract is a brief summary of a research article, thesis or review) 3. Introduction (Tells background and reason which led you to research and develop a report or a project) Introduction have some parts (Problem Statement, Objectives, Methodology) 4. Literature review (This section describes current trends/ research/ products etc. related to your project.) 5. Analysis from literature review (This section provides an analytical discussion of your work in comparison with discussion in literature review.) 6. Suggestions (What should be done to address the problem) 7. Conclusion (This section will summarize your work.) 8. References (reference to a book or webpage or whereever you're getting help from example: Lyda M.S. Lau, Jayne Curson, Richard Drew, Peter Dew and Christine Leigh, (1999), Use Of VSP Resource Rooms to Support Group Work in a Learning Environment, ACM 99, pp-2.)
This will help you make your own report
Welcome... ahm 'adore' might not be the right word to use here... Adore means: "To love (someone) deeply and devotedly."
Well you should use words wisely... not everyone is nice here