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Unformatted text preview: Aplia: Student Question 5/13/18, 7)27 PM < Back to Assignment Attempts: 3.4 Do No Harm: 3.4 / 4 2.8 7. Documenting and Citing Sources Whether you are collecting data from secondary or primary sources, the data must be documented. To avoid plagiarism, always cite your sources even when you are paraphrasing. You should cite references in order to document data properly. Points: Explanation: 0/1 Close Explanation Instruct readers by citing references. This helps them pursue topics further and make use of the information. Whenever you use any facts, statistics, graphs, and drawings that are not in the public domain , you must give credit. Points: Explanation: 1/1 Close Explanation Avoid plagiarism by giving credit when using any facts, statistics, graphs, and drawings that are not in the public domain. Good research habits are critical to generating accurate, well-documented reports. What documentation data do you need for a book on your Works Cited page? Check all that apply. The place of publication The title The month of publication The total number of pages The author(s) Points: Explanation: 0.8 / 1 Close Explanation The documentation data you will need for a book include the title, author(s), publisher, place of publication, year of publication, and pages cited. Read the scenario, and answer the question. …&ctx=cchin1-0012&ck=m_1526264766795_0AAA6BD30161B66F5EE4BF070000 Page 1 of 2 Aplia: Student Question 5/13/18, 7)27 PM Clancy is worried about plagiarism in a report he is writing for his manager. He needs to paraphrase several passages in the report. What advice would you give him? Skim the original material to comprehend its full meaning. Read the original material carefully, and then write your own version without looking at the original. Write your own version while carefully following the original. Points: Explanation: 1/1 Close Explanation Read the original material carefully, and then set it aside while you write your own version. Try Another Version Continue …&ctx=cchin1-0012&ck=m_1526264766795_0AAA6BD30161B66F5EE4BF070000 Page 2 of 2 ...
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