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Are you forming a thesis statement for research paper?

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Do you provide ideas and topics for research papers? I am currently forming a thesis statement for research paper. How to mke it more convincing?
asked Aug 6, 2013 in research paper by paul

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Every person writing some paper in various fields has formed a thesis statement for research paper, as this is an inevitable part of the writing process providing the main idea covered in the paper.

answered Aug 6, 2013 by jack