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October 1, 2006

Optimize Your Presentation of Numbers

For a reader, absorbing the numbers contained in a piece of writing can be significantly harder than absorbing the words. Here are several strategies that can not only make the numbers in your text less numbing, but also maximize the chance that the reade

Beth Ellen Roberts

    Everyone knows that engineers are good with numbers. We can measure, calculate, tabulate, and report results accurately. But after you take pains to get the numbers right in your reports, sales brochures, or capital expenditure requests, readers...

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