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    Basically, how do you infer from a source?
    How useful are the sources?
    Explain answer using source...and source...
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    (Original post by miss_ambitious)
    Basically, how do you infer from a source?
    How useful are the sources?
    Explain answer using source...and source...
    https://www.slideshare.net/jamesgood...sehist211ppt71
    https://www.slideshare.net/lizosis/s...ference-skills

    Sources are useful if they are reliable.
    They are accurate.
    They give insight and detail that is relevant or unique.
    They tell us information that we are looking for.

    Some are more useful than others.

    The slideshows above are about inferring from sources.

    I just took it as what does it say an what does it mean?
 
 
 
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