For example, if you were to cite the question: What does apa formatting mean?
Cite for reference page:
What does apa formatting mean. (n.d.). In Answers.com, The world's leading Q&A site. Retrieved October 23, 2009, from
In text, after you write your information, cite by ("What does apa formatting mean", n.d.)
You don't have to - but it helps validate your answer if you can include a link to an external source for clarification.
Yes, Easybib.com will cite sources for you.
Yes, you must cite sources on percentages and statistics.
Yes always cite your sources
you should cite your information of where you got it
The best practice is for an answerer to cite his or her sources. This can be done by utilizing the Q&A's Related Linksfunction and the superscript formatting tool just like you would use on an essay.It is not required, but it is good practice.It isn't required because some Q&As may be asking for opinions. How would one cite the source of his or her own opinion? Of course, it would be nice to cite the sources with which one used to come to his or her conclusions.There are so many questions and so many answers on this site that it would be impossible for WikiAnswers to require all answers to have sources in order to be published on the site.The reader can also make his or her own decision about the validity of an answer that does not include sources.
Anyone can write an answer on WikiAnswers. Unfortunately, sometimes an immature person will write a nonsense answer, or even an offensive answer, to a question, because they find it amusing.
"The teacher told the students to cite their sources for their report."
You can: Cite the website or the newspaper (or other sources) where you got it from. Cite the author
To site your sources for phelobotomy it depends with the citation that you are using.
I wouldn't, anyone can come in and answer questions incorrectly.