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Writing
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What is the difference between persuasive writing and expository writing?

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An expository essay involves objective research and a statement of fact in order to elucidate the topic, whereas a persuasive essay involves objective research and a subjective statement of fact with the intent of persuading the reader to see topic from your point of view.

Music
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What is the definition of musical rudiments?

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Musical rudiments, or the basic technique of music, regards the posture, hand movement, correlation between sound and muscle memory (hand positioning with some instruments) and understanding the way body position can affect the sound and texture of the music produced.

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What are the essential parts of writing a strong college admissions essay?

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The essential parts of writing a strong college admissions essay include having an introductory sentence that catches the readers' attention, a strong thesis statement, fleshed out paragraphs, a conclusion that draws the main ideas together, and remembering not to overuse certain words to prevent wordiness.

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