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Question 65.Question :
Which ONE of the following is considered an advanced reading goal?
Student Answer:
reading to comprehend
reading to critique
reading to absorb
reading to understand
Instructor Explanation:The answer can be found in Section 4.2 Section Title “Critical Reading and Note-Taking
Strategies.”
Points Received:
0 of 1
Comments:
Question 66.Question :
Academic reading entails all of the following traits, EXCEPT
Student Answer:
solving complex problems
taking a defensible stance on a hot topic
looking for errors of logic
probing for problematic assumptions
Instructor Explanation:
The answer can be found in Section 6. 2 Section Title “Provide Ideas and Information
That Are Useful to Your Readers.”
Points Received:
1 of 1
Comments:
Question 67.Question :
Researchers are LEAST likely to want to know which of the following from their
sources?
Student Answer:
how other researchers have framed their questions
what existent data proved useful
popular opinions on their topic
false starts other researchers have taken
Instructor Explanation:
The answer can be found in Section 1.2 Section Title “The Cumulative, Ongoing, and
Critical Nature of Research.”
Points Received:
0 of 1
Comments:
Question 68.Question :
Which of the following is NOT advised to overcome “writer’s block??”
Student Answer:
Commit to a schedule of work.
Measure your success by word count.
Gauge success in terms of time spent.
Use multiple writing techniques.
Instructor Explanation:
The answer can be found in Section 6.1 Section Title “Myth 6.”
Points Received:
1 of 1
Comments:
Question 69.Question :
Synthesizing research is important work for all of the following reasons
EXCEPT:
Student Answer:
diversity of opinion.
comprehensive scope.
freedom from complications.


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open-ended interpretations.
Instructor
Explanation:
The answer can be found in Section 1.2 Section Title “Trustworthy Research Is Selective,
Tends to Be Peer Reviewed, and Must Be Synthesized to Be Useful.”
Points Received:
1 of 1
Comments:
Question 70.Question :
Acts of plagiarism include, but are not limited to:
Student Answer:
Copying text from printed materials, which include books, magazines,
encyclopedias, newspapers, etc.
The modification of text with the intent of changing verbiage, changing
words, or interspacing the student’s work into the plagiarized work;
Paraphrasing or summarizing another’s work and giving correct citations
and listing the sources in a list of works cited.
“Copy and paste” plagiarism, which involves copying and pasting materials
from Internet sources and presenting them as one’s original work;
a & b
a, b, & d
Instructor Explanation:
Review Academic Dishonesty Policy Section Two: Student Rights and
Responsibilities of the Ashford University Catalog
Points Received:
1 of 1
Comments:
Question 71.Question :
The concept of “search construction” allows researchers to do all of the
following, EXCEPT:
Student Answer:
find synonyms for key words.
identify potential search terms.
specify relationships between key terms.
keep their searches as broad as possible.
Instructor Explanation:
The answer can be found in Section 3.3 Section Title “Constructing Effective Search
Queries.”
Points Received:
1 of 1
Comments:
Question 72.Question :
A bad thesis will often contain all of the following, EXCEPT
Student Answer:
It makes no claims.
It restates conventional wisdom.
It presents a claim readers might disagree with.
It offers personal opinions as the basis.
Instructor Explanation:
The answer can be found in Section 7.2 Section Title “Develop a Thesis.”
Points Received:
0 of 1
Comments:
Question 73.Question :
“Secret organizations are watching our every move. The fact that we know
nothing about them shows how powerful they actually are.” This is an example
of
Student Answer:
a begging-the-question fallacy.
an appeal-to-ignorance fallacy.


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