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Chapter 6. Concreteness > Choose examples that are appropriate for the audience...

Choose examples that are appropriate for the audience and subject

An example is a representative of a set of things. It can be typical of the set or atypical. Atypical examples and examples from outside the set (sometimes called nonexamples) help to show the boundaries of what is included in the set and what is not included, as shown in Figure 9.

Figure 9. Different kinds of examples help define a domain.



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