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Differences Between Business and Academic Writing Styles.

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Briefly explain how writing in (business ( Information Technology) is different from and similar to the writing that you've been doing in college.

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This solution provides a list of criteria to discuss and think about when writing for business and writing for academics. The list shows how each style achieves a different purpose.

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I will list the differences and you can put them into paragraph form.

The purpose of technical writing is to primarily inform using language that is concise.

Technical writing may be used to explain a product or to inform an audience (employees) about specific and new technology.

The language used in technical writing should be clean and simple, without a lot of jargon that confuses one's audience.

The purpose of technical writing is to reveal, explain, and/or ...

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