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Which of the following statements is true?
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    by Shanna Davis
    Student Results Multiple Choice Multiple Choice Options
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    While paraphrasing you can give due credit, but your citation will be more informal. While paraphrasing, your writing should parrot the original passage and merely substitute synonyms for words in the original.
    Incorrect Selected
    Verbatim quoting invariably attracts charges of plagiarism.
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    Since summarizing is an act of reductionism, the original richness in detail that surrounds the original can be maintained.
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    While paraphrasing, if you are satisfied that your expression of the concept can stand on its own merit, you can use it without citing the source.
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    All of the above
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    None of the above
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    by Sharii Hill
    Student Results Multiple Choice Multiple Choice Options
    Unselected
    Verbatim quoting invariably attracts charges of plagiarism.
    Unselected
    While paraphrasing, if you are satisfied that your expression of the concept can stand on its own merit, you can use it without citing the source.
    Unselected
    Since summarizing is an act of reductionism, the original richness in detail that surrounds the original can be maintained.
    Unscored Unselected
    While paraphrasing you can give due credit, but your citation will be more informal. While paraphrasing, your writing should parrot the original passage and merely substitute synonyms for words in the original.
    Unselected
    All of the above
    Incorrect Selected
    None of the above
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    by Brenda Townsend
    Brenda Townsend has not taken this exam.
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    by Willie Wilcher
    Student Results Multiple Choice Multiple Choice Options
    Incorrect Selected
    Since summarizing is an act of reductionism, the original richness in detail that surrounds the original can be maintained.
    Unselected
    Verbatim quoting invariably attracts charges of plagiarism.
    Unselected
    While paraphrasing, if you are satisfied that your expression of the concept can stand on its own merit, you can use it without citing the source.
    Unscored Unselected
    While paraphrasing you can give due credit, but your citation will be more informal. While paraphrasing, your writing should parrot the original passage and merely substitute synonyms for words in the original.
    Unselected
    All of the above
    Unselected
    None of the above
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    by Brent Wilcox
    Brent Wilcox has not taken this exam.