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Logical Analysis




The purpose of logical analysis is to collect and present the views of others and then to make a point.

The subject or problem is presented in detail without bias.


The subject is then analysed from different viewpoints. There are no hypothetical what ifs or running off at tangents. The conclusion makes the point.


This kind of writing presents situations as they have been observed. If written well, complicated situations or difficult concepts are easily understood. The reader will understand the situation and the various angles. S/he will understand your reasoning and nothing will be left for them to guess.

This kind of writing is seen in reports by businessmen and journalists writing for specific audiences. Students use this style when making comprehensive notes to better understand their subjects of study.

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