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The cover page is usually a picture and title and a hard surface (Like the cover of a hardcover book), whereas the title page just has the title, and the authors name (the page right after the hard cover book)


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As per the authors website it will be 2011 or 2012. See the Q&A section of the authors website for a more complete answer.


The second page after title page in the APA style paper is abstract page. It is the summary of one's complete research paper. The ideal word count of an APA abstract page is 100-150 words. One should complete the abstract within a paragraph and must not move in to next paragraph.


While there is no real answer to your question, many authors plan to write a page a day.


You can't as this would be breaching the copyright laws that the authors have on their work. Google has probably done this so that people who want to plagiarise the authors' work would not be able to.


It is using the authors idea in your own words. You must acknowledge the author in text by authors surname,year of publication and page number all in brackets.


In a book, it's the page that appears directly before the title page. It usually lists only the title of the book but can sometimes include other elements, such as the author's/authors' name(s), edition.


Yes, providing you do not quote page after page of their text. The author and the title of his work must be cited as the source in the footnotes of your work


Some wikis such as wikiHow (wikiHow.com) place the names of people who have edited the page, near the bottom of the page or article. Some wikis such as AboutUs (AboutUs.org) choose to give authors credit by having their pictures on articles that they have edited. However, you can find the authors of nearly any wiki by looking at the article's history. This can generally be found by clicking the 'History' button which is generally near the top of the page, near the edit button.


("Last Name" and "Last Name," Page Number) There are no quotation marks or commas in the citation.


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It's usually written at the bottom of the web page or around the authors name/


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