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There is no difference between paraphrasing and summarizing. True False
Weegy: False. Paraphrasing and summarizing are both related terms. They are often confusing for people. Paraphrasing and summarizing are essential techniques for an effective and efficient essay. [ These are an absolute must when dealing with scientific concepts. Both paraphrasing and summarizing are allowed and accepted till due credit is given to the original source, and only till the work is not copied and is free from any kind of plagiarism. Read more: Difference Between Paraphrasing and Summarizing | Difference Between | Paraphrasing vs Summarizing ] User: A/n is made during research to tell the facts about the source one is using. (More)
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A summary does not need to be cited as to its source because a summary is your own words. True False User: Is it common knowledge, or must it be documented? Choose common knowledge or needs documentation on the line before each example. George Washington was the first president of the United States.
Weegy: Common knowledge Common knowledge is knowledge that is known by everyone or nearly everyone, [ usually with reference to the community in which the term is used so the example: George Washington was the first president of the United States is common knowledge. ] (More)
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To be charged with plagiarism is a minor offense. True False
Weegy: Being charged with plagiarism is a serious offense that has cost writers their credibility and in some cases their jobs, so I would say that the answer to your question is false. (More)
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the panis of 1893 was significant to the beginning of the progressive era because why
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how did industrialization, the rise of big business, and the advent of the modern corporation affect living standards and opportunity for the upper strata of society?
Weegy: It increased opportunity to upper strata of society. Industrialization brought enormous economic opportunities for those with money to invest. [ The old adage “You’ve got to have money to make money” is especially applicable to this point in American history. Between 1860 and 1900, 2% of the population controlled 1/3 of the nation’s wealth. As greater fortunes were amassed on the back of industrialization, the living standards of the upper classes reached new heights of opulence. Many of America’s most visible citizens source: ] User: low strata of society? (More)
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