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~English Paper Due Tommorow!*(Hurry)*~?

~English Paper Due Tommorow!*(Hurry)*~? Topic: Mla english paper format
July 16, 2019 / By Gare
Question: IF I AM DOING A PAPER DO I PUT THE PAGE NUMBER BEFORE THE QUOTE OR AFTER AND WHERE DOES THE PERIOD GO!!!IF I DONT GET A RESPONSE I THINK I MIGHT JUST GUESS!!!THANX A BUNCH!!I KNOW U WANTED TO HELP
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Derry Derry | 10 days ago
waya to wait for the last minute, huh? if ur talking MLA format then u wirte out ur "" then in () place the author's last name and the page number u found it in and then just place a . good luck to u and try not to stress out to much!
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Derry Originally Answered: Where can I find a site that translates English sentences into Japanese(e.g. tommorow-mata ashita)like that?
I know of sites that will translate English to Pinyin, which is the main romanized form of Mandarin, but I cannot find any for Japanese. Hepburn is the most common romanization of Japanese. You may have to try to find software for it, but translation software is usually expensive. Edit: yes, Dictionary.com translates, but like Google and Babel Fish is doesn't translate to romanized forms of Asian languages, just Kanji.

Bennie Bennie
Taken from a "New Century Handbook 3rd ed.". Both the plowman and the ox have worked "in vain," the corn has "rotted," and the "crows are fatted with the murrion flock" (A Midsummer Night's Dream 2.1.93-97). If you are using footnotes or end notes place the number of the quote at the end, inside the parenthesis with the period on the outside. If you are using word it will do it for you. There are many different ways to cite depending upon what style of writing you are using. The above, MLA, is the most used in academic circles not including the sciences. Hope this helps.
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Abida Abida
It depends on the style of paper you're doing. If you're doing an English paper, it's most likely in the MLA style. Research online to see where the period goes in the current MLA style.
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Shyla Shyla
Hurry? HURRY? Why don't you not procrastinate *quite* as much, and you can ask your teacher, or write such details down. But don't insist that complete strangers "hurry" to help you in your self-imposed dillemna. Also, shouting is bad if you want people to help you.
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Philipa Philipa
guess then. page number after quote after the number and after each completed sentence or statement
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Marsha Marsha
Use the Harvard referencing system, and combine your bibliography and footnotes, then it is simple "bla bla bla" (Joe Bloggs p59) Bloggs, Joe; some old tripe, Online publishers, London, 2006.
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Marsha Originally Answered: I have a math exam tommorow! Help me?
You have to group similar variables together, so 6a^-2bc^3 / 15a^9b^8c^-2 can be written as: (6/15)(a^-2/a^9)(b/b^8)(c^3/c^-2) when your dividing exponents with the same base, in this case variable a, you subtract their exponents and get: (2/5)(a^-11)(b^-7)(c) negative exponents, such as a^-11, are written as 1/a^11 as the next phase shows: (2/5)(1/a^11)(1/b^7)(c) now you combine everything and the equation appears as: 2c/5a^11b^7 *(6/15) was simplified to (2/5)

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