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Mathematics & Statistics Guide: Referencing
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If you have used anything in your assignment that was originally written or created by someone else, you must reference it. This does not just mean direct quotes; it also includes any ideas you have paraphrased or summarised. It applies to anything you use - graphs, statistics, images and so on.
If your subject outline has not specified a referencing style to use, you can choose any style from the Referencing guide.
Be sure to follow the style you choose consistently. APA style is the most widely used style at JCU, so you may find it the simplest choice if you are unsure.
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