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tips for the Conclusion Section:

* State the most important outcome of your work. (Do not simply summarize the points already made in the body. Instead, interpret your findings at a higher level of abstraction).
* Show whether, or to what extent, you succeeded in addressing the need stated in the Introduction.
* Explain what your findings mean to readers. Make the Conclusion interesting and memorable for them. (Do not focus on yourself. for example, by restating everything you did).

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