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The abstract page of your thesis explains in a few lines why your work is important. It provides a summary of your major results, preferably with results from your research. It should explain the major implications of your work. Your abstract should be concise (500 words approx in 1 or 2 paragraphs), readable, and quantitative.        Abstracts generally do not have citations.       Be explicit.       Use numbers where appropriate. Answers to these questions should be found in the abstract:  What did you do? State why your work is important. What question were you trying to answer? How did you do it? State research method used. State major results obtained in your research.  Point out at least one significant implication of your work. © ThesisDirect …

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