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Module 3: Exercise 1 Answers: a a) What is the established form of this series access point? Applied mathematics series (Washington, D.C.)
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Module 3: Exercise 1 Answers: b b) What non-established forms are given as cross-references to it? National Bureau of Standards applied mathematics series United States. $b National Bureau of Standards. $t Applied mathematics series
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Module 3: Exercise 1 Answers: c c) Which MARC field contains the series publisher information? 643
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Module 3: Exercise 1 Answers: d d) What information is conveyed in the 642 field? A series numbering example
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Module 3: Exercise 1 Answers: e e) What is the meaning of subfield $5 in fields 642, 644, 645, and 646? The subfield contains the code for the institution to which the practice decision applies; DLC is the code for the Library of Congress (DPCC, not present in this example, is the code for the Program for Cooperative Cataloging)
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Module 3: Exercise 1 Answers: f f) What do the codes in fields 644, 645, and 646 tell you? 644 = analysis decision: “f” indicates that this series is analyzed in full 645 = tracing decision: “t” indicates that this series is traced 646 = classification decision: “c” indicates that this series is classified as a collection
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Module 3: Exercise 1 Answers: g g) What is the relationship between the 050 and 646 field? The 646 field conveys that LC’s practice is to classify the volumes in this series as a collection, and the 050 provides the classification number for the collected set
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Module 3: Exercise 1 Answers: h h) What type of information is given in the 670 fields? The source and form(s) of the series authority data
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Module 3: Exercise 1 Answers: i i) What do the codes in 008 positions 12 and 13 mean? 008/12 indicates the type of series (“a” = monographic series) 008/13 indicates whether the series is numbered, unnumbered, or numbering varies (“a” = numbered)
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Module 3: Exercise 1 Answers: j j) What is the relationship between the 008/13 and the 642 fields?
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