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When presenting numeric results in an article or speech, use effective expository writing techniques to help produce a clear narrative about the topic under study. Start each paragraph about numeric information with a good topic sentence, followed by sentences that present the numeric evidence in a logical, easy to follow order. This means coordinating the prose with the table or chart that presents the pertinent numbers, which requires advance thought about how best to arrange the variables or values to be compared.