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    If you use information from a source but don't quote it directly how would i reference this in a bibliography? also, how would i go about linking text to the bibliography, should i assign each entry a number [1][2] etc and then use [1...](text)[..1] to denote where i've got the information from?

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    Harvard referencing in general uses a [1] after the fact, or sentence using the information from the source. So, for example:

    "Gravity is a force which attracts masses together [1], believed to arise due to the Higgs mechanism with exchange particle the Higgs boson [2]."
 
 
 
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