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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
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User: A summary does not need to be cited as to its source because a summary is your own words. True False





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User: To be charged with plagiarism is a minor offense. True False

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User: As long as you use parenthetical citation in your paper, you cannot be guilty of plagiarism. True False

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A summary needs to be cited because you are summerizing the ideas/words made by someone else. As long as you use parenthetical citation in your paper, you cannot be guilty of plagiarism. This is a TRUE statement. To be charged with plagiarism is a minor offense. This is a FALSE statement.
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A summary does not need to be cited as to its source because a summary is your own words.This is a FALSE statement. A summary needs to be cited because you are summerizing the ideas/words made by someone else. As long as you use parenthetical citation in your paper, you cannot be guilty of plagiarism. This is a TRUE statement.
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A summary needs to be cited because you are summerizing the ideas/words made by someone else.
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