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    Removing Vagueness and Ambiguity

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    rephrase them to eliminate the vagueness and ambiguity

    400- to 600 word response in which you.
    • Provide your rewritten examples.
    • Describe the relationship between critical thinking and clear writing.

    Sample 1

    Critical thinking is a way of thinking that is learned but, should also be something that comes to mind as a unconscious response after a bit of time. When in college it is taught students. The reason for this is because helps to build life skills. If a person cannot think critically then they will probably have personally and professionally problems.

    Sample 2

    The online course helps me in a lot of ways. I can use all kinds of resources. The place in the library offer tutorials in all different areas, Microsoft Word, Excel and other tutorials. Also, there is services, that offers technical support, tutoring, library help, and then there are financial aid and academic advising. The library section offers help in finding books, journal articles and more. There is even places in math, writing and technical.

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    In reference to Sample 1 - "Critical thinking is a way of thinking that is learned but, should also be something that comes to mind as a unconscious response after a bit of time. When in college it is taught students. The reason for this is because helps to build life skills. If a person cannot think critically then they will probably have personally and professionally problems."
    In order to remove ambiguity we must first define what the term means. According to the Oxford dictionary ambiguity is a "lack of decisiveness or commitment resulting from a failure to make a choice between alternatives." Both sample statements 1 & 2 are ambiguous if the author neglects to substantiate his or her claim on the subject matter. If you were writing a legal brief or a legal case study for example you must consider various perspective viewpoints. The same is true in academic writing. If you are writing in favor of critical thinking or the online academic library you must obtain factual information in support of your favorable position of the two topics aforementioned. The author must ensure that his or her statements ...

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