Com 150 Week 1 DQ 1 & 2 - an idea. Business...

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Week 1 DQ 1 I picked Regan's farewell speech. The speech talks about how the U.S. was in trouble when he took office. Also how he worked hard and helped the U.S. to recover. When Regan was in office there were plenty of jobs and companies were not going over sea. You did not here about immigration problems like we are having today. I believe the speech is fact. Because I myself grew up during the Regan years. My family always had a job and food at home to feed us. During his two terms as president with his skillful dealings with congress he strengthens the economy, curb inflation, increased employment. He also strengthened national defense and reformed the IRS tax code and yes those were some good years for our great nation. Week 1 DQ 2 Expository essays and business communication are similar because they both use fact to explain
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Unformatted text preview: an idea. Business communications can be biases unlike expository essays. Also in business communications feedback is sometimes wanted and used asking about how you or people feel about the idea and what you feel about the aspect of the business. While in expository essays facts are mainly used throughout the whole essay to support the thesis. Someone's opinion is a very small part of the expository essay because they should be presenting a concept and the concept can be someone's opinion. Over all business communications have facts but also have a lot of opinions in it. This way management can get a feel and facts for the idea and see how others feel about it. The expository essay can have an opinion from someone at the start but the rest of it are facts to try and back up that opinion....
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2010 for the course BUSINESS M Com/150 taught by Professor Jonkrause during the Winter '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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