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Plagiarism Questions and Answers (Q&A)

C. Marcus, Content Developer
Answered: Nov 05, 2018
Most of the time when you are writing an essay, you must use quotes to support your claim with evidence. When you do that, you write the sentence exactly as it is stated in the source even if...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Jun 01, 2020
You have to cite everything you use, even if it’s common factual information like the dates of world war ii or the date of napoleon’s death.-a good explanation of common knowledge comes...Read More

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F. Ray, Student
Answered: Jul 20, 2018
Yes, you still have to cite the source even if you are getting from Wikipedia. There are still some people who think that Wikipedia has some of the best information that they can use. The reason...Read More

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Uta_infolit
Answered: Jun 01, 2020
No

Generally, you do not need to cite something that is common knowledge like a famous Shakespeare quote; however, if you are unsure how well known the quote or saying is, check with your...Read More

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Billerica.k.ma.us
Answered: Jun 01, 2020
Forgetting to include a bibliography at the end of your paper

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Qtk
Answered: Jun 01, 2020
Plagiarism

The student version is paraphrasing plagiarism because it contains a summary of another authors ideas, but the in-text citation with the author and date is missing, and the...Read More

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John Adney
Answered: Jul 19, 2017

I chose the right answer, but I do not understand how it is a right answer.

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Mike John, Content Explorer
Answered: Apr 28, 2017
Plagiarism means illegal,Plagiarism is basically using in content & idea duplicate.

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