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Below are parenthetical citations for an encyclopedia article. Select the one that is completely correct. ("Hannibal" 16-17) ("Hannibal," 16-17) (Hannibal 16-17) ("Hannibal" p.16-17)
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User: Below are parenthetical citations for an encyclopedia article. Select the one that is completely correct. ("Hannibal" 16-17) ("Hannibal," 16-17) (Hannibal 16-17) ("Hannibal" p.16-17)

Weegy: The answer is ("Hannibal" p.16-17)
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User: Below are parenthetical citations for a classic play. Select the one that is completely correct. (Hamlet183-7) (Hamlet5.1.) ("Hamlet" 5.1.183-7) (Hamlet5.1.183-7)

Weegy: ("Hamlet" 5.1.183-7)
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User: Put your parenthetical citation at the endmiddlebeginningof the information which needs crediting in your essay.

User: Put your parenthetical citation at the __________of the information which needs crediting in your essay. end middle beginning

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