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what latin phrase is used with the primary author's name when a book has more than three authors?
The Latin phrase for more than three authors is et al. it is short for et alia
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User: what latin phrase is used with the primary author's name when a book has more than three authors?

Weegy: The Latin phrase for more than three authors is et al. it is short for et alia
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User: what is made during research to tell the facts about the source one is using?

Weegy: A footnote is made during research to identify the source being used.
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