Question 1 Plagiarism is an act of fraud. True False
Question 2 In the U.S., copyright laws do not protect original ideas because they are not considered intellectual property. True False
Question 3 Plagiarism can be prevented if a student changes just a few words from the original source document. True False
Question 4 Citing sources will help students avoid plagiarism. True False
Question 5 All published works are copyrighted. True False
Question 6 Common knowledge is not necessarily anything you know a great deal about. It must meet the following criteria.
The information can be found in numerous sources.
The information is known by a lot of authors.
Considering this definition, Common knowledge does not need to be cited. True False
Question 7 Information found in the public domain, which is considered to be common knowledge, may not need to be cited. True False
Question 8 Water will freeze when temperatures fall below 32 degrees is an example of common knowledge and need not be cited. True False
Question 9 Bill Gates is the founder of Microsoft is an example of common knowledge and need not be cited. True False
Question 10 Recent studies have linked the drug Cipro to problems with tendons is an example of common knowledge and need not be cited. True False
Question 11 Widgets produced in Transylvania comprise 72% of the global widget production is an example of common knowledge and need not be cited. True False
Question 12 Students who use the exact words of an author are not quoting the author. True False
Question 13 It is a good idea to use as many quotes as possible in a paper. True False
Question 14 If ellipses (.) appear in a paper, it indicates that the writer has omitted some words in the quote. True False
Question 15 In APA style, the page at the end of the paper which provides bibliographic information regarding the sources cited within the paper is titled References. True False
Question 16 APA requires a page titled Works Cited. True False
Question 17 APA style requires parenthetical citations instead of footnotes. True False
Question 18 The same citation and formatting style is used in every class across all academic disciplines. True False
Question 19 APA Style does not require a title page. True False
Question 20 Expulsion is a possible consequence of plagiarism at APUS. True False
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