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write a long paragraph (about a page and a half) topic : Are Left handed people are more creative?

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Scientists have been bust finding the peculiarities of left-handedness. Lefthandedness occurs in about 10 percent of the population. The scientists have studied through several research that lefties are better at problem-solving. Some studies have been conducted to find a link between left-handedness and creativity. It conferred that left-handed folks constantly have to adjust to a right-handed world.

Over the last few years, a number of studies have concluded that it’s not which hand is dominant that matters, what mattters is the degree of dominance. According to researchers, very few people are truly entirely left or right-handed. Teh creatvity of left handed indiviuals are definitely more than right handed. We have some very famous artists, writters, spokespersons who are left handed.

Write answers rounded up to 4 decimal places
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