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Chapter Quiz

This activity contains 20 questions.

Question 1.
What is plagiarism?

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Question 2.
When you cite or document, you __________.

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Question 3.
In general, you must cite your sources in how many places?

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Question 4.
Plagiarism is ___________.

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Question 5.
What are the two types of documentation in a paper with sources?

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Question 6.
What type of information does not have to be cited?

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Question 7.
When you quote, you are __________.

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Question 8.
Direct quotes must be __________.

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Question 9.
When you quote, paraphrase, or summarize a source, you __________.

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Question 10.
What is the difference between a summary and a paraphrase?

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Question 11.
When writers take several outside sources and weave the information into their arguments, they are __________.

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Question 12.
What types of information are considered common knowledge?

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Question 13.
The text makes a point that, as a general rule, a writer should resist using more than ____________ of directly quoted information.

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Question 14.
According to this chapter, what is one possible consequence of plagiarism in college or university?

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Question 15.
The word paraphrase literally means __________.

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Question 16.
When you paraphrase, you __________.

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Question 17.
Why does common knowledge not have to be cited?

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Question 18.
According to this chapter, what is a possible consequence of plagiarism in the business world?

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Question 19.
What punctuation can you use to show that words have been left out of a quote?

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Question 20.
In what stage should you begin the process of avoiding plagiarism?

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