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Read two of the following essays located on the student website: “Farthest, Faintest Solar System Objects Found Beyond Neptune” “How to Succeed as an Online Student”

Address the following points about the two essays you read. Remember to explain your answers with specific examples from the essays. What are the four types of essay organization discussed in the course readings? What characteristics make these essays expository? Topic, time order, space order, information process are the four types of essays discussed in the readings. The characteristics that make these essays expository are as follow. Topic discuss what your essay will be about which is why it's name so. Bringing out the thesis in your essay like Farthest, Faintest Solar System Objects Found Beyond Neptune speaking about the Kuiper belt and the objects found there. Time order list the events things took place hence in the same essay when the solar system was created. Space order talks about people, location, or things which how to succeed as an online student talks about when saying to be in a location where no one will bother you while studying and doing school work. Finally information process which breaks things down step by step. Example how to succeed as an online student breaks down things step by step you should do to succeed like time management and location of a place you can work. .What distinguishes space organization from time organization or informative-process organization in an essay? Space order deals with the order of information used for information involving location, people, places or things. An example of this would be the smallest objects detected in the Kuiper belt which lies past Neptune within our solar system. It explains the location and the place of where these objects are. Same in the how to succeed as an online student reading. They explain where you should go to do your work to produce better results. Time order is the chronological organization of information...
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