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To lend credence to the thesis statement of your essay with sources, your sources must be ________. a) reliable, restated, and reasoned b) relevant, reliable, and recent c) recent, reliable, and rewrite d) relevant, reorganized, and remembered
Weegy: It is reliable based on the doctors' experience in schooling and work. User: What are the two ways you can record ideas from your sources on your notecards? a) quoting and putting them in your own words b) author's last name and page number of quote c) phrases and fragments d) none of these ways Weegy: The answer is B. Put an author's words into your own words. User: To make sure that you are able to find research for your topic, you should ________. a) narrow the subject b) pick a subject suitable for research c) do all of these things d) write a clear and focused thesis statement Weegy: ... to make sure the writing stays focused on the subject. ... can write your own thesis statement, you need to be able ... [ the topic of your thesis and the angle of your research. You ... ] User: You should include source and page number on your notecards so that ________. a) you can easily find the original source b) you will not have to refer back to the original source c) you will remember them for future reference d) you can organize your notecards by source (More)
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To lend credence to the thesis statement of your essay with sources, your sources must be.... b) relevant, reliable, and recent
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What are the two ways you can record ideas from your sources on your notecards?
a) quoting and putting them in your own words
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To make sure that you are able to find research for your topic, you should
c) do all of these things
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You should include source and page number on your notecards so that
a) you can easily find the original source

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If you use the word "not" in a search, you are ________. a) prompting the computer to exclude all the words before the word "not" b) prompting the computer to limit its search c) prompting the computer to include the word "not" in your search d) not using Boolean connectors in your search
Weegy: Boolean connectors are the words And, Or, Not. (More)
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If you use the word "not" in a search, you are
b) prompting the computer to limit its search

NOT logic excludes records from your search results. Be careful when you use NOT: the term you do want may be present in an important way in documents that also contain the word you wish to avoid.
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What is the difference between a summary and a paraphrase? a) A summary is longer. b) A summary is shorter. c) There is no difference. d) A summary does not address main points. User: When writers take several outside sources and weave the information into their arguments, they are ________. a) synthesizing b) documenting c) plagiarizing d) note taking
Weegy: Plagiarism or plagiarizing is the unauthorized use or close imitation of the language and thoughts of another author and the representation of them as one's own original work, as by not crediting the author. [ ] (More)
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When writers take several outside sources and weave the information into their arguments, they are synthesizing.
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