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1 Eric Schneck Study Guide 13 Baker Ch. 9 Before Reading 1. Google “definition report” and read the web definitions for “report.” What do all of these definitions have in common (i.e., if you had to make a general definition that was all inclusive, what would you say)? A report is defined as, a person or group’s written statement of information about a thing or situation. 2. If you had to conjecture, what do you think Baker will say is unique to business reports? Reports are only statement of facts and do not include recommendations or opinions. 3. What kinds of reports can you imagine yourself writing in your particular career field? I can see myself writing financial reports, and summaries of these financial reports. Taking a hundred page detail financial statement and putting it into a few pages for management to look at quickly to make decisions. While Reading 1. Look at Baker’s two approaches to comparative writing on page 108. Give an example of how you would structure a comparative report (on,
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This note was uploaded on 03/23/2011 for the course MCOMM 320 taught by Professor Rockwood during the Winter '07 term at BYU.

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Study Guide 13 - 1 E ric Schneck Study Guide 13 Baker Ch. 9...

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