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Editing Challenge 10 INSTRUCTOR: Visit the Instructor Companion Website for lecture notes, solutions, discussion guides, and Other resources. Every chapter provides an editing exercise to fine-tune your grammar and mechanics skills. The following executive summary requires edits that address spelling, grammar, punctuation, concise wording. and other issues. Study the guidelines in the Grammar/Mechanics Handbook (Appendix D), including the lists of Confusing Words and Frequently Misspelled Words. YOUR TASK. Edit the following (a) by inserting corrections in your or a photocopy using proofreading marks in Appendix C or (b) by downloading the message from www.cengagebrain.com and correcting at your computer.

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Essentials of Business Communicati...

11th Edition
Mary Ellen Guffey + 1 other
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781337386494

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Mary Ellen Guffey + 1 other
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781337386494
Chapter 10, Problem 1EC10
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Editing Challenge 10 INSTRUCTOR: Visit the Instructor Companion Website for lecture notes, solutions, discussion guides, and Other resources.

Every chapter provides an editing exercise to fine-tune your grammar and mechanics skills. The following executive summary requires edits that address spelling, grammar, punctuation, concise wording. and other issues. Study the guidelines in the Grammar/Mechanics Handbook (Appendix D), including the lists of Confusing Words and Frequently Misspelled Words.

YOUR TASK. Edit the following (a) by inserting corrections in your or a photocopy using proofreading marks in Appendix C or (b) by downloading the message from www.cengagebrain.com and correcting at your computer.

Chapter 10, Problem 1EC10, Editing Challenge 10 INSTRUCTOR: Visit the Instructor Companion Website for lecture notes,

Summary Introduction

To Determine:

Following executive summary that requires edits of address spelling, grammar, punctuation, concise wording, and other issues.

Introduction:

Edit the following by inserting the corrections.

Explanation of Solution

HOW PURE IS BOTTLED WATER?

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Problem

Because bottled water is widely considered to be a purer choice than tap water, bottled water has become a billion-dollar-a-year business in the United States. Millions of consumers use bottled water as their primary source of drinking water. Although most bottled water is of good quality, some bottled water contains bacterial contaminants. Reassurances from the water industry’s executives that bottled water is totally safe may be false.

Summary of Findings

Commissioned by the National Resources Defense Commission, this report analyzes tests of bottled water. The tests revealed that most bottled water is not contaminated, however, after testing more than 1,000 bottles, we found that about one fourth were contaminated at levels violating many states’ limits. Bottled water contaminated with microbes may raise public health issues, and today’s consumers are rightfully concerned.

Government bottled water regulations and programs have serious deficiencies...

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