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darksidus
darksidus asks:
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how do I right an abstract

something for a project board
In Topics: Science fair
> 60 days ago

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greenprof2
Apr 10, 2014
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What the Expert Says:

What you mean, I think, is how to WRITE an abstract. It really isn't all that hard. An abstract is simply a brief summary of your essay or project. 5-6 sentences are usually adequate. Look for your main ideas, what you did, and your conclusion.

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MalikSultanovich
MalikSultan... writes:
An abstract must be a fully self-contained, capsule description of the paper. It can't assume (or attempt to provoke) the reader into flipping through looking for an explanation of what is meant by some vague statement. It must make sense all by itself. The actual process of writing an abstract will force you to justify and clearly state your aims, to show how your methodology fits the aims, to highlight the major findings and to determine the significance of what you have done. The beauty of it is that you can talk about this in very short paragraphs and see if the whole works. But when you do all of these things in separate chapters you can easily lose the thread or not make it explicit enough.
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deenamathew
deenamathew writes:
Abstract is nothing but the brief summary of the project. Just you need to give the details about the projects about what all your using for the project, and use of it.
5 days ago

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