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Chapter 17. Formulating Explanations

With a clearer understanding of the difference between arguments and explanations, you can learn how to develop explanations. As you now know, discerning the speaker’s or writer’s intent signals the difference. Explanations are not intended to convince; explanations seek to answer questions or evaluate answers to questions.

The four elements for developing an explanation are:


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