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Opinions are always based on facts. True or False
Opinions are always based on facts. False
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What is meant by "citing a source " remembering where you found the material naming the source of the information keeping the note card on file none of the above
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A/n______ is made during research to tell the facts about the source one is using.
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A Documentation is made during research to tell the facts about the source one is using.
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