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Question 1 1 / 1 pts What is wrong with this reference: Musil, Steven. (2018, October 11). Google Doodle honors baseball great and humanitarian Roberto Clemente. CNET. Retrieved from - baseball-great-and-humanitarian-roberto-clemente/ (Links to an external site.) nothing. It is correct. The URL (web address) should not be included in the reference. The date of publication is missing. The author’s first name should not be written out. Question 2 1 / 1 pts What is wrong with this citation: (J. Patterson, 1997) The first name of the author should be full written out The title of the source should be included The author’s first initial should not be there nothing IncorrectQuestion 3 0 / 1 pts Candice is working on her annotated bibliography. She’s having difficulty finding scholarly articles that address her research question and she’s tired of looking. She decides to use a couple of articles that she’s already found but to just write in her annotations that the authors’ main points are different than they really are so that the articles seem more relevant to her research question. This is not a big deal since unlikely that anyone will ever know. not what she’s supposed to do on the assignment but not plagiarism.
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a type of plagiarism called fabrication. a type of plagiarism called find and replace. The answer can be found in the Plagiarism Activity Question 4 1 / 1 pts This is an example of common knowledge: There are fifty states in the United States. True False IncorrectQuestion 5 0 / 1 pts This is an example of common knowledge: Although he had previously been focused on domestic issues, as president, Truman led the United States as it took a leading role on the international stage with the founding of the United Nations, the Marshall Plan to rebuild Europe, and the Truman Doctrine to contain Communism.
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