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What is the difference between Analysis and Synthesis?

Asked by Jenske , Last updated: Jul 22, 2020

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E. James

E. James

E. James
E. James

Answered Jul 20, 2020

The analysis is known to be a type of procedure that you may do when you would like to break down the different parts of a certain whole so that they can be delved into further. This means that if you would like to understand certain processes better, you would need to undergo an analysis just to be sure. Synthesis is known to be the complete opposite of analysis.

The analysis is known to be a type of procedure that you may do when you would like to break down

This time, you would need to combine the different parts, elements, and all of the other factors so that you can come up with a process or a whole that can be considered as coherent and understandable. The more that you know how to use these two, the better it would be for you.

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