Include a conclusion as the final part of the body of your document.
Because some readers of documents, particularly managers, will
sometimes not read the entire document but, instead, focus on the conclusion, this part of the
document should summarize all essential information necessary for your audience's purpose. In your conclusion:
- Relate your findings to the general problem and
any specific objectives posed in your introduction.
- Summarize clearly what the report does and does not demonstrate.
- Include specific recommendations for action or
for further research. Sometimes these recommendations will constitute a separate
section of a document.
Sample Short Conclusion: Biology
Sample Long Conclusion: Aero-Astro Engineering
## Conclusion ##
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