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Classification and Partition in Technical Writing?

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Classification is basically a method of exposition and analysis. Partition is analytical treatment of a given idea, situation, mechanism, function or substance. Partition divides an item into parts or steps. It is only singular subjects such as concrete subjects i.e. tree and abstract subjects such as inflation can actually be partitioned. Technical writing occurs ion reports and represents a broad understanding of a subject or concept.
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