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20. Which of the following is not an objective of synthesizing sources?

A. Combining opinions and general statements
B. Exploring different points of view
C. Reviewing key ideas on a topic
D. Understanding the topic in depth


19. Which type of Internet resource would be the most reliable in providing accurate information?

A. An email you received from your instructor
B. An online newsgroup dedicated to your topic
C. An email listserv
D. A general reference site such as

6. Bradley has chosen topic for his research paper. What is the next step in the planning process that he should take?

A. Writing a working thesis
B. Listing research questions
C. Looking for sources
D. Creating an outline

20 D

19 B

6 B

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  1. 6 I️ think is D create outline

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  2. Ariel, your posts come well after midnight. Most of the tutors are doing other things at this time of night in the U.S. and Canada where we are. Don't expect a fast response.

    I agree with your first answers. For #6, an outline comes AFTER you have researched your questions. For #19, D is incomplete, but whatever the general research site is, it's probably better than any email, which may not reflect any research, but may be rife with uneducated opinions, as are newsgroups.

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  3. i have the textbook in front of me. the answer to question 20 is A.

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