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  • The meaning of "Analytical" in various phrases and sentences

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    2. @Zaakz: With that intention, I'd probably move away from "looking glass," as it more strongly implies mirror or a view in which things have been reversed--like how your image is flipped in a mirror. However, if you want to stick with it, it is still applicable for your usage since it is also less commonly used to imply strange yet familiar--without the direct reference of mirroring. The zoomed in view or alteration of colors often seen in the means listed (magnifying glass, telescope, binoculars, camera, etc) do fit that criteria. If you are looking for a term more commonly used in your context, "through a lens." Examples: This world and all that it contains From the golden lit skies to the dancing daffodils Is deemed more beautiful through a lens We've lost sight of this world and all that it contains From the golden lit skies to the dancing daffodils Become too accustomed to the view through a looking glass This world is deemed more alive through a lens. The pixels and filters tell our eyes they can't perceive the beauty before them. That they must look closer, that the radiant sky and the daffodils dancing beneath are not true, but washed-out. Do not believe them Shout them down, I urge you Not with words, but with action Let your feet yell louder than your lungs would ever allow Step outside, see for yourself Nature's palette is not limited, not underwhelming Refined, understated--a modesty befitting its age It does not cajole, only offer itself

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  • Similar words to "Analytical" and their differences

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    2. analysis (noun) = a detailed examination of the structure of something analyze (verb) = to subject something to analysis analytics (noun) = (1) the science or profession of analysis (2) the results from analyzing something analytical (adjective) = good at using analysis

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    2. analytic is a noun and analytical is a adjective which is describing a noun. Examples: I learn better from analytics. I am an analytical person.

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    2. At the end of this academic year I not only established the solid foundation for Project Cost (major) but also developed strong self-learning abilities, problem solving ability as well as analytical skills.

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    2. Extremely analytical writing is correct 😀 You could also say extremely analytical story/essay/article/etc. Or you could say extremely analytical piece of writing.

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    2. ...but I don't mean critical *in a* this is bad sense but ... Other than that it's exactly what she says 😊

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    2. It's OK but I would say "I am seeking a challenging enviro*n*ment where *I* can *increase my knowledge of* Oil and Gas field operations *and* enhance my analytical abilities *and* critical thinking *skills*, providing me plenty of growth opportunities."

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    2. (Anything in parenthesis are my thoughts, and revision suggestions) This poster reflects the progress of an analytical study on the perspective of Virtual Education in High School students in the city of Pasto. The purpose of the work is to know the opinions of the student community about virtual education, the pertinence of technology, and the various uses of virtual education in order to make a contrast between positive and negative aspects of this education model. Through this study, it is intended to formulate possible alternatives for mitigating the negative aspects (of what?) in order to strengthen (strengthen what?). The information was collected through the application of interviews. Recognizing that education is a necessary foundation of society, the study intends to analyze the impact of new forms of capacitation. (What do you mean by capacitation? Try using a different word here.) The study focuses on the contrast between traditional education methods versus the use of technologies as a training mechanism through virtual methods. Year after year, education entities provide statistics on how new forms of education increase in numbers. Based on this information, it would be feasible that the amount of virtual programs across the country would increase. Schools will be built; they are national policies, forms of education and training alternatives. (This last sentence doesn't make sense to me. Try rephrasing it without the semi-colon) The project will be developed through High School Sophomores (Grade 10), Juniors (Grade 11), as well as through Educational Institutions of the City of Pasto. Through the realization of an audiovisual interview, the study intends reveal the perspective they have (instead of saying "they have", just say specifically what the perspective is) and how much viability would be accredited to virtual education. The study will establish, then, how much they (who?) know about this type of training, what the advantages and disadvantages are, the relevance of technology and education models (in what?), how it compares to traditional education means, and if they (who?) have thought at some point (or already determined) to be part of the world of virtual education. Perhaps virtual learning could be a complement to traditional learning. If the idea is to strengthen the use of technologies to learn, then we must think that at some point, the nation would want to reach that exclusive model of integrated technology in the classroom. The technologies shorten distances (what distances?) and allow a direct approach (direct approach to what?) with popular new processes. Through this proposal, we want to recognize the importance that traditional education historically has had, but also how teaching and learning strategies can be bolstered through the use of technology. Some tips: -When writing an essay or proposal or whatever, always stay in one tense for words. Use either all past, or all present/future. If you're speaking in the present tense, use present tense for all of your words. -Be specific! You'd cant just assume to reader knows everything. See my notes in parenthesis on areas where you can improve on this. -When writing the conclusion, restate your thesis. Sum up your argument. Just restate what you were saying in the whole essay, but in one paragraph. Try not to introduce new information. Is this for an English Class? If you have more questions, text me at 720-453-6493 -PB

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    2. You should have AN analytical mind, persistence, AND patience, like FOR SOLVING difficult puzzles.

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    2. looks perfect! 👍

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