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    Rephrasing this paragraph

    "We are able to use visual senses and our previous knowledge to define a table as a solid. We take what we see for granted. This is because we donít want to or donít have the time to go through the process of defining if it is a table; it is considered as common knowledge that a table is solid. This is where our senses can let us down, because I visited the Tate gallery in Liverpool to look at an exhibition by Xu Zhen entitled 884 Minus 1.86 which was part of a whole exhibition called The Real Thing: Contemporary Art from China, the exhibition showed different places, for example there was a model of a factory which at first site I considered was made out of metal but when I examined the information next to it, I found out that it was in fact made of polystyrene. My senses let me down. So when a scientist looks at a table, he examines its structure closely, he studies what itís made of and he will conclude describing it in a scientific way, which if we relate it back to the topic would be that a table is mostly empty space for the reason that a table is made up of millions of atoms and atoms are 95% space, of course anyone with a basic science education would agree with this theory, but may want to explain why people may say it is a solid."

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    Re: Rephrasing this paragraph

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    "We are able to use visual senses and our previous knowledge to define a table as a solid. We take what we see for granted. This is because we donít want to or donít have the time to go through the process of defining if it is a table; it is considered as common knowledge that a table is solid. This is where our senses can let us down, because I visited the Tate gallery in Liverpool to look at an exhibition by Xu Zhen entitled 884 Minus 1.86 which was part of a whole exhibition called The Real Thing: Contemporary Art from China, the exhibition showed different places, for example there was a model of a factory which at first site I considered was made out of metal but when I examined the information next to it, I found out that it was in fact made of polystyrene. My senses let me down. So when a scientist looks at a table, he examines its structure closely, he studies what itís made of and he will conclude describing it in a scientific way, which if we relate it back to the topic would be that a table is mostly empty space for the reason that a table is made up of millions of atoms and atoms are 95% space, of course anyone with a basic science education would agree with this theory, but may want to explain why people may say it is a solid."
    "We are able to use sight and our previous knowledge to define a table as a solid. We take what we see for granted. This is because we donít want to or donít have the time to go through the process of defining it as a table; it is considered common knowledge that a table is solid. This is where our senses can let us down. I visited the Tate gallery in Liverpool to look at an exhibition by Xu Zhen entitled 884 Minus 1.86 which was part of an exhibition called "The Real Thing: Contemporary Art from China". The exhibition showed different places. For example, there was a model of a factory which at first sight I thought was made out of metal, but when I examined the information next to it, I found out that it was in fact made of polystyrene. My senses let me down. So when a scientist looks at a table, he examines its structure closely, he studies what itís made of and he will conclude by describing it in a scientific way, which if we relate it back to the topic would be that a table is mostly empty space for the reason that a table is made up of millions of atoms and atoms are 95% space, of course anyone with a basic science education would agree with this theory, but may want to explain why people may say it is a solid."

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    Re: Rephrasing this paragraph

    Quote Originally Posted by q8yuk View Post
    After an adequate amount of resources were gathered, the ones with unsatisfactory or unrelated information to this structured review were discarded and not used to write the approaching context. The resultant resources were then carefully analyzed and highlighted to pinpoint concepts which could be expanded upon.

    The criteria, which has been used in selecting results, was by searching for recent papers and journals in order to find out the latest news about it. Also, reading the abstracts of the results was a helpful way which summarized and reduced the time and effort in working for this review.
    Exactly what is the point of that?


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    Re: Rephrasing this paragraph

    I am asking to rephrase this paragraph plz ... I would appreciate if you could help with it.


    Thanks in advance

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    Re: Rephrasing this paragraph

    Start a new thread. (On this thread it is off-topic.) Make simpler sentences. Strive for greater clarity. (Make your prose more understandable.)





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