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Analyze why one paragraph was more effective than the other. In my analysis, compare the sentence structure, word choice, punctuation, variety, and the rhythm of both paragraphs.
Most consumers understand that a good credit score is vital to one's financial security and stability. Many people may not understand how a credit score is calculated. Payment history accounts for roughly 35% of one's overall score. This means that ontime payment are absolutely essential. Debt level is not far behind at 30%. This accounts for near-liimits and the total amount of money owed. Length of credit history is next at 15%, followed by inquiries at 10% and mix of creedit at 10%.
Individuals can be denied credit for a number of reasons. Individuals who are near limits on existing cards, have too much outstanding debt or too many accounts overall, have a history of late payments, charge-offs or bankruptcy are likely to be denied credit. Individuals denied credit, by law, will receive a letter documenting the reason for the denial under the Fair Credit Reporting Act. Individuals who receive that letter should then examine the reasons for the denial and make efforts to correct their credit.

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    What is this? There's no way we can tell if you are trying to analyze something or if you have simply copied and pasted parts of something onto the Jiskha board.

    Please clarify:

    1. What is your assignment?

    2. What paragraphs are to be compared?

    3. What is your analysis?

    And please make sure you hit the Enter key twice between paragraphs; otherwise, everything runs together.

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    My assignment is to 1. identify which of the two selected paragraphs was more effective focusing on writing elements only, 2. analyze why one paragraph was more effective than the other. 3. in my analysis, compare the sentence structure, word choice, punctuation, variety, and the rhythm of both paragraphs. First paragraph starts with, Most consumers and ends at 10% and the second paragraph starts their after with Individuals

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