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Q: • When writing a research paper, you should never include Wikipedia as a resource. Why is Wikipedia not considered a credible source?
A: It is because Wikis are not substantiated, but They are good for finding links for research but not a verified source to the critical reaserch. Remember a job well done should always be well founded.
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Wikipedia is not considered a credible or authoritative source.
This is especially true considering anyone can edit the information given at any time.
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