Uncontrolled population growth leads to a lot of pressure being exerted on the existing meager resources. This in turn translates to low production resources where the demand for products is high. As the population increase, so does the food problem. According to Pimental et al. (1994), it is estimated that the world population would double by the year 2050. This would translate to double pressure and double need for food. As matters are currently the World Bank estimates the number of malnourished people to be at least 1.5 billion meaning that they access inadequate food as well as income.
When selecting a business name for a product or service, one should consider the ease of memorizing the name. Having a fairly short name ensures that clients have easy time memorizing it. Another consideration that should be taken into account is the addition of visual elements to the name. Grasping images is much easier than a name; therefore clients would find it easier to associate a particular visual element to the business service. Consider also a name that describes the kind of service or products offered by the business (Harper, 2003).
Conclusion is normally placed toward the end of the paper. It serves as a bridge between the writer and the readers. It gives a clear analysis of writer’s thoughts bringing out clearly the importance of all analysis that was done by the author. Authors use this part to provide avenues for critical thinking and open a way into a new field (McBurney, 2009). The summary emphasizes on the importance of the expressed ideas and further elaborates the significance of the findings. Recommendation just like conclusion is found at the end of the paper just before conclusion. Its main purpose is to point out some aspects that the author of the paper feels it should be changed or implemented. It serves to provide ideas of new areas that should be ventured by the reader with regard to the analysis of the report (McBurney, 2009). Recommendations in most cases expresses what the author feels should be done but was not covered in his/her report yet, its importance cannot be over looked.
Abstract is a brief description of the report in question. It offers an insight in to what is contained in the paper. Topics discussed, the length of discussion and the limits of the paper is normally shown in the abstract. Abstract is at the beginning of the paper. It serves as the entrance point to the paper providing a clear understanding of the purpose of the paper. After abstract is the introduction part. Its main purpose is to transform readers mind from their real world lives in to the analysis of the paper. It prepares the reader on what to expect from the paper. The introduction should be written in a way as to captivate the reader to want to read more. An example of a captivating introduction is one that starts with a question (McBurney, 2009).
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