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how does purpose impact academic writing?
In academic writing you should have a purpose on writing a subject, and you must think of your target readers or audience as well. The content must be precise and it answers what the purpose is and what the audience wants and the tone.
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Weegy: In academic writing you should have a purpose on writing a subject, and you must think of your target readers or audience as well. The content must be precise and it answers what the purpose is and what the audience wants and the tone.
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