Changing a word or two in a source relieves you of the responsibility to credit the source.
True or False?
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Plagiarism does apply when you change a word or two. The best idea would be changing the meaning of the sentance and the structure of the sentences as well.
A comma-splice sentence may be corrected by (Points : 1)ending the sentence where the comma is and starting a new sentence.replacing the comma with a semicolon to connect the two independent clauses.All of the aboveNone of the above
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