|To divide or break down the subject matter or topic in to parts, reasons, aspects and then examine their nature and relationshiip
|To present judgements of the factors raised, their significance, importance and why they are important and or significant
|To ascertain or determine by mathematical procces.
|To give opinions ( with justification) on an issue or statement by considering the issue relevant to it.
|Compare and contrast
|to provide a point-by-point account of the similarities and differences between two sets of information or two areas.
|To offer some detail about an issue or event and to deliberate about the value of that issue / event.
|To give meaning of a word, phrase or concept, determine or fix the boundaries or extent of. A relatively short answer, usually one or two sentences, where there is a generally recognised or accepted expression
|To prove or make clear by reasoning or evidence how some relationship or event has occurred.
|To give a detailed written account of the distinctive features of a subject. the account should be factual, without any attempt to explain
|To come to a decision as a result of investigation or reasoning
|To give critical account of the points involved in the topic
|To present the differences between; to separate into kinds, classes or categories
|to determine the value or character of something by careful appraisal
|To provide an understanding. To make an idea or relationship clear
|to provide short factual answers
|To give reference to an item, which could be its name or reason
|to give reference to an item, which could be its name or title.
|to indicate the principal features or different parts of.
|To bring forward as being fit or worthy; to indicate as being ones choice for something
|to make survey of, examine , look over carefully and to give critical account.