1. hard evidence
2. hard evidence
3. hard evidence
4. YES https://www.factcheck.org/2017/01/the-facts-on-crowd-size/ constructed
5. N/A http://sfhelp.org/gwc/pop/fearbased.htm
- Yes, she found the information, but she didn’t mention where she got the information from.
- Yes, even the whole class is using the same book, that doesn’t mean you don’t have to cite it.
- Yes, he needs to talk to both professors in order to reuse the paper from a different class.
- Yes, they should have double-checked the material before submitting the project to avoid plagiarism.
- Yes, even with paraphrasing you still have to cite the original source.
- Yes, assuming that doesn’t mean you don’t have to cite all sources.
- Yes, you need to cite it even the information is about dates.
- Yes, if you copy the source, you will need to use an in-text citation.
- No, because is from your mom.
- No, is common knowledge.
- Yes, even tho you share the same idea as the author do, you are still required to cite it.