c. not enough information
no page numbers. page numbers aren't entirely required, referring to the fact this is a article it is most likely only 1-4 pages long!
too much information. you can never have enough information! unless of course it is on the same topic!
wrong information. the information in the article, of what i read at least, seemed to have very little information!
A. no page number
The correct answer is D. Wrong information
The word "citation" refers to the use of some external resource as part of a document and the correct way to credit the information being used or telling the reader to which source or author the information belongs. For doing this, the MLA or Style Manual and Guide to Scholarly Publishing which is the most common style manual followed in academical documents establishes the type of information that needs to be included for crediting a source depending on which type the source is.
In the case of Magazine Articles during in-text citations it is necessary to include the last name of the author and the page number in which the words or ideas used appear this means the correct citation would be (Ferber 17), however, if it is an only magazine article only the last name is included and (Ferber) would be the right the information to include. This means the error in the in-text citation (“Pluto’s Status Shift” 17) is that it includes the wrong information as the name of the magazine and the name of the article was included and in this case, the most important is to include the last name of the author and the page if the document contains this information.
the correct answer is:
[c]: " no page number " .
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The in-text citation (Anon. "The Metric System") has too much information (B).
In MLA, typically an in-text citation includes an author and a page number (Smith 13). However, since the article has no known author, we would just put the name of the article in quotation marks or italics within parenthesis. Therefore, the citation should simply be ("The Metric System"). The use of "anon" is unnecessary. If there was a page number it should be added as well, but since it is an article on the internet, we will assume there is no page number.
There are a number of errors in the parenthetical citation. If you are looking according to the APA 6th edition style format, the parenthetical citation does not have quotation marks inside the parenthesis. the organization name or the authors last name is followed by a comma which is then followed by the year of publication.
The source of publication is never mentioned in the parenthetical citations. Therefore option 4. wrong information would be the correct answer to the above question.
Too much information
This in-text citation has the wrong information. In-text citations should begin with the author's last name, if the author was not previously identified in the information leading up to the quote. In this citation, the author used the title of the article instead of the author's last name. The page number should be included when the source is paginated. Online sources do not have pages so they are not required.
The "anon" in the parenthetical citation is unnecessary and does not need to be included. For an internet article with no author, there is no need to reference any (unknown) authorship. Just the title, or shortened few words of the title if it's a long one) needs to go in the in text citation.