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Which of the following statements about the secondary sources you found for your research report is true? A. You need to use every note you took, or you have wasted your time. B. You should set
aside any notes that do not help develop your thesis statement. C. Citing lots of secondary sources makes your paper sound intelligent, even if the source has little connection to your topic. D. It is not important to make connections between your primary and secondary sources.
Which of the following statements about the secondary sources you found for your research report is true? B. You should set aside any notes that do not help develop your thesis statement.
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