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The focus of the research paper is not merely to suggest that two issues are equivalent or unique however to investigate how they compare or contrast as well as for what reason their correspondencies or else disparities are significant. To plainly tell, “A Nikon SLR camera is different from a Canon SLR camera” doesn’t give explanation how or why the distinction is imperative the rationale for its importance. The compare and contrast paper needs to target on the demand for the comparing or contrast instead of the fact of the comparing / contrasting.