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A credible or authoritative source for papers is characterized by arguments supported by facts obtained through logical reasoning and experimentation. It is the responsibility of a researcher or writer to demonstrate to the reader how he/she arrived at a conclusion.

The credibility of books cannot be questioned because they go through thorough scrutiny before publication. To use sources such as other research papers, articles, magazine and reports, however, you must make sure that they are peer-reviewed to ascertain the credibility and credibility of the information given before presenting it research papers; Unverified information or facts may lead to disqualification of research papers.

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