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Unformatted text preview: to avoid plagiarism. Both b and c. 6. Since a paraphrase is written in your own words, you do not need to cite the source of the information. (Points: 2) True False 7. Providing an assignment to another student to submit as his or her own work or allowing another student to copy answers to any test, examination, or assignment is not considered plagiarism. (Points: 2) True False 8. There are three ways to incorporate a source into a paper: directly quoting, summarizing or paraphrasing (Points: 2) True False 9. The possible penalties for plagiarizing work at Kaplan University include: (Points: 2) Flunking the assignment or paper. Flunking an entire course. Getting kicked out of school. All of the above. 10. One tool that instructors use to check for plagiarism is a third party detection service called Turn It In. (Points: 2) True False...
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