Reports are as much about visual communication as they are about written communication. Much of the meaning in a report is conveyed through its formal structure, including headings, lists and bullet points, and through the presentation of findings in tables, graphs and diagrams. When presenting your results, you need to choose the most appropriate way to represent them so that your readers can see the key trends, patterns or themes. Imagine you are presenting the findings for the following report.
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