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As long as you list all your sources, you cannot be accused of plagiarism.
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User: Besides avoiding plagiarism, documentation provides a paper with authority, or length, or professionalism?

User: As long as you list all your sources, you cannot be accused of plagiarism.

Weegy: True.
ArslanBasit|Points 1610|

User: You can be better assured that your research is accurate if you use more than one search engine,or are careful to use direct quotations to record ideas, or avoid plagiarizing?

Weegy: You can be better assured that your research is accurate if you avoid plagiarizing.
sujaysen|Points 1968|

User: The "holding tanks" for information on the Web are called ?

User: It is important to learn strategies for determining meanings of unfamiliar words WITHOUT looking them up in the dictionary. Why?

User: A person infers by suggesting something rather than stating it outright true or false?

Weegy: a) True. Inferred meaning is one that is suggested rather than directly stated.
evermore|Points 432|

User: Advertisements are usually all fact true or false?

User: The highlighted words which act as bridges between web pages are called search engines, or hyperlinks, or browsers, or home pages?

Weegy: The highlighted words which act as bridges between web pages are called hyperlinks.
AngelInDisguise|Points 5101|

User: MLA format requires a work cited, or sources, or refereces?

Weegy: All fields of research agree on the need to document scholarly borrowings, but documentation conventions vary because of the different needs of scholarly disciplines. [ MLA style for documentation is widely used in the humanities, especially in writing on language and literature. Generally simpler and more concise than other styles, MLA style features brief parenthetical citations in the text keyed to an alphabetical list of works cited that appears at the end of the work. MLA style has been widely adopted by schools, academic departments, and instructors for over half a century. The association's guidelines are also used by over 1,100 scholarly and literary journals, newsletters, and magazines and by many university and commercial presses. The MLA's guidelines are followed throughout North America and in Brazil, China, India, Japan, Taiwan, and other countries around the world. ]
asero1010|Points 3442|

User: MLA format requires a work cited, or sources, or refereces page at the end of a research paper .

User: Most college libraries use the library of congress, or dewey decimal?

Weegy: library congress
concreterose|Points 560|

User: recording information from lecture or book is called?

User: Source cards and note cards contain the same kinds of information true or false?

Weegy: True. they are both very similar
Expert answered|helen190390|Points 15|

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