Claim (v) state or assert that something is the case
(n) an assertion of the truth of something
Compose (v) write or create (a work of art, especially music or poetry)
constitute or make up (a whole).
“the system is composed of a group of machines”
Conclusion (n) the end or finish of an event or process.
“the conclusion of World War Two”
a judgment or decision reached by reasoning.
“each research group came to a similar conclusion”
Determine (v) figure out, typically as a result of study or research
“the point of our study was to determine what is true, not what is practicable”
cause (something) to occur in a particular way; be the decisive factor in.
“it will be her mental attitude that determines her future”
Elaborate (v) develop or present (a theory, policy, or system) in detail.
“the key idea of the book is expressed in the title and elaborated in the text”
(adj) involving many carefully arranged parts or details; detailed and complicated in design and planning.
“elaborate security precautions”
evidence (n) signs or indications of something.
“there was no obvious evidence of a break-in”
inform (v) give (someone) facts or information; tell.
“he wrote to her, informing her of the situation”
Sequence (n) a particular order in which related events, movements, or things follow each other.
“the content of the program should follow a logical sequence”
Transition (n) the process or a period of changing from one state or condition to another.
“students in transition from one program to another”
(v) undergo or cause to undergo a process or period of change.
“we have transitioned from a high-intensity combat operation to a support role in the community”
value (n) a person’s principles or standards of behavior; one’s judgment of what is important in life.
“they internalize their parents’ rules and values”
the importance, worth, or usefulness of something.
“your support is of great value”
(v) consider (someone or something) to be important or beneficial; have a high opinion of.
“she had come to value her privacy and independence”