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I attend the University of Utah. I was recently accused of plagiarism for a research paper. My professor demanded me to resubmit my paper because the plagiarism checker turnitin detected a 23% similarity. As I was looking at the sources of the highlighted areas, I noticed that I have never even been on these websites. Some of the sources were various student papers that I have never even purchased. The quotes I entered had quotations and a citation to follow. So, I made changes to the highlighted areas and she wrote me again stating that she wants to meet with me about plagiarism. So, I decided to overlook my newly sent paper and it stated that 10% was related to a different set of sources. Again sources I have never been on. What should I say during the meeting with my professor?