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Plagiarism is when you present someone else's work or ideas as your own. It can be accidental or intentional and is considered academic cheating.
Plagiarism is viewed as a serious form of academic misconduct, so it's essential to acknowledge and include citations for information taken from other authors or sources.
Plagiarism can be:
This visual guide can help you avoid plagiarism:
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