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Below are parenthetical citations for a classic play. Select the one that is completely correct. (Macbeth 7-15) (Macbeth 4.2.) ("Macbeth" 4.2.7-15) (Macbeth 4.2.7-15)
Answer is D. (Macbeth4.2.7-15)
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User: Below are parenthetical citations for a classic play. Select the one that is completely correct. (Macbeth 7-15) (Macbeth 4.2.) ("Macbeth" 4.2.7-15) (Macbeth 4.2.7-15)

Weegy: Answer is D. (Macbeth4.2.7-15)
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User: Identify the error in this parenthetical citation for an article on the Internet. (“The Metric System” Web) no page number too much information not enough information wrong information

Weegy: Not enough information is error in this parenthetical citation for an article on the Internet. ( The Metric System Web)
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