anonymous
  • anonymous
According to Cedric Jones, "lemmings were 45% less likely to follow their peers off of a cliff after they had a meal consisting of 30 grams of refined sugars." Lemmings are 45% less likely to follow their peers off of a cliff after they consume a meal with 30 grams or more of refined sugar.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@ethompsonn
anonymous
  • anonymous
Which of these passages correctly avoids plagiarism? The first because it gives factual numbers from the study and uses the author's name The first because it uses quotation marks and the author's name The second because it uses factual numbers from Jones's study The second because it uses the same numbers as Jones does
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  • anonymous
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anonymous
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The first because it uses quotation marks and the author's name

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