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Which of these is a true statement about the note taking process? A. Researchers should include a variety of direct quotations, paraphrase, and factual summaries in note
taking. B. Researchers should take notes word for word from the source and pull out important facts later. C. Researchers should write on both sides of a note card if they need to so that all the ideas stay together. D. Researchers should summarize information for every note card thereby eliminating the need for a citation.
Given your question the right answer of what you must cite in your writing would be B. quotations and paraphrases only. However if you have used someone elses summary of any information within your work the right answer would be D. [ [ summaries, paraphrases, and quotations. ] ]
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