Hot answers tagged

2

The APA Publication Manual (6th ed., 2009) gives several reference examples for technical and research reports (in section 7.03, pp. 205-206) which suggest the following format: Rogers, E. (1999). Understanding buck power stages in switchmode power supplies (Application Report No. SLVA057). Retrieved from Texas Instruments website: http://www.ti.com/lit/an/...


2

You are correct! However, this was not always the case. Here's some background: The fifth edition of the APA publication manual required the use of numerals when numbers below 10 were grouped for comparison with numbers 10 and above in the same paragraph. For example: "I saw 10 small dogs and 9 large dogs at the park today." (As you know, in other ...


1

The correct but useless answer is: It depends. But one could say: If every paragraph has a new heading, that's almost surely too much. It just becomes distracting. If you have only two headings in a 600 page book, that's almost surely too little. It's of little help in breaking up the book or helping the reader find desired information. In general, I ...


1

If this is a homework assignment, I think your best bet is to find out what your professor/teacher/boss wants and do that, regardless of what any APA style guide tells you. The best actual style guide answer I can give is "if you are in doubt about whether to cite a source, cite it" and "if you go more than a paragraph without citing ... make sure you have ...


1

Son of Citation machine is a very handy website: http://www.citationmachine.net/apa/cite-a-website You could try staring with auto-fill mode or do a manual entry and it will generate the appropriate citation for you. Also - this is useful for reference: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/10/ http://blog.apastyle.org/files/how-to-cite-...



Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible