anonymous
  • anonymous
Which best explains when an in-text citation is necessary? 1.Every time you use a fact or piece of information from a source 2.Only at the end of the paper 3.If you use the same source two or more times in a row 4.Only if you use more than three facts from that source
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TD5
  • TD5
Number 2 is incorrect, as you do have to sometimes use in-text citations. Number 3 is incorrect because you do not need to make a citation just because a same source was used two or more times in a row. With these two eliminated, that leaves 1 and 4.

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