anonymous
  • anonymous
How do you judge whether a conclusion is successful? A It revisits the thesis and may answer a question or recommend an action. B A successful conclusion repeats the thesis and the support. C A good conclusion restates the thesis word for word and adds one new fact. D A conclusion is successful if it convinces readers that the author's ideas are correct.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Well by process of elimination, you can count out C, as you don't restate word for word. D is also incorrect as not all conclusions/papers have authors' ideas. A sounds right, as normally you want to rec an action or get the reader thinking, as well as sum up the paper. A It revisits the thesis and may answer a question or recommend an action. B A successful conclusion repeats the thesis and the support. C A good conclusion restates the thesis word for word and adds one new fact. D A conclusion is successful if it convinces readers that the author's ideas are correct.

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