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A compilation of citations is called a/an A: Bibliography B: atlas CL almanac D: encyclopedia
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A compilation of citations is called a Bibliography.

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A compilation of citations is called a/an A: Bibliography B: atlas C: almanac D: encyclopedia
Weegy: A: Bibliography Bibliography - in Chicago Manual of Style(documentary-note / humanities style) the list of books and other references used by an author in a scholarly work. [ If it includes only works referred to in the text, it may be called "Works Cited" or "References". Called Reference List in APA and Chicago (author-date) and Works Cited in MLA ] (More)
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Scholarly journal articles are written by A: professional writers B: lower division college students C: experts in a subject field D: reporters
Weegy: Articles from scholarly journals, also called peer-reviewed, academic, refereed, or professional journals, are often required or strongly recommended by faculty at the university level for use in writing research papers and projects. [ This criteria is especially true for upper division courses and is essential in quality graduate work. These are some characteristics that distinguish scholarly journals from other periodicals: B:lower division college students ] (More)
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According to the 2010 U.S. Census, what is the most populated city in the United States? A: Los Angeles, California B: New York, New York C: San Francisco, California D: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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According to the 2010 U.S. Census, New York, New York is the most populated city in the United States.

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