What Is Analytical Writing?

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Analytical writing is a way of writing that helps to get information across so that readers can immediately find out important information without having to go through complex details and technical terms. It is simple, concise, direct and straight to the point for the readers to understand easily. Its purpose is to help in developing critical thinking skills, to extend understanding of a subject and incorporate problem-solving into writing.
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Analytical writing is the writing that involves making implicit statements, explicit. It is the process of converting suggestions into direct statements
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