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Section 7.2

Vague Language

Although the amount of detail in your writing willdepend on your audience, use specific facts wheneverpossible. These facts make the difference between vague assertions and accurate scientific reporting.


The team detected above-normal radioactivity levels at Station 6.


The team detected above-normal radioactivity levels of 2.4 ×106 d/m beta-gamma at Station 6.

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