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21 February, 08:27

What does a conclusion do?

A). ideas to the writers purpose

B). restates the introduction

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  1. 21 February, 09:35
    The conclusion of a paper serves to "tie up the loose ends" of the paper. In no circumstance should a conclusion introduce new ideas to the paper, so the answer is B. For prose purposes, and just a better paper overall, don't directly restate the introduction - for that matter, try to write the conclusion so that it encapsulates ideas from the introduction but complements it rather than restates it.
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