# World History

Which of the following is NOT true about bias?
a) Using both biased and non-biased resources in research will create bias results
b) Bias can be identified by the facts that the Web site includes as well as the facts that are excluded
c) In a biased web site it is often hard to distinguish fact from opinion and advertisements
d) knowing the background of the author or organization helps readers to identify bias and conflicts of interest

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1. I agree.

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2. I disagree.

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Ms. Sue
3. It seems to me that A is the best answer.

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Ms. Sue
4. A is often true, but not necessarily. A is not a bad choice, as worded. I still think C is the best answer in that it is OFTEN hard to distinguish fact from opinion because opinion is presented as fact too often in biased web sites (and on TV). Then again, us tutors don't know what your text materials say, either.

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5. the correct answer is A just got my paper graded and the correct answer is A for those of you needing the correct answer pick A the reason as to why it wouldn't be C is because it is often difficult to distinguish fact from opinion because opinion is presented as fact too often in biased web sites but the question is which one is not true about bias but C is true because it is often hard to tell so basically what I'm saying is the answer is A

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6. i hate u

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7. kindness i hate people kindness

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8. Eat ur mom lololol get noob

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9. Oop-

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