Connecting key lines in a document is important to answer the key question and provide clear reasoning. To do that, structure the document using inductive arguments rather than deductive arguments. That’s because a deductive structure could introduce a large distance (number of paragraphs) between the problem and answer which the reader would be required to hold in their head and build their own connections which can be confusing and difficult to read.
As a rule of thumb, deductive arguments are good choice for structuring supporting sentences of a key line in the same paragraph and inductive arguments are a good choice for structuring key lines across a section or document.
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Every Paragraph Should Have a BLUF
The first sentence of every paragraph should be a BLUF. Readers can see the point right away without having to read through the entire paragraph. Readers don’t need to piece together the meaning themselves.