I understand pulling any information from anywhere needs to be cited, but say for example 2+2=4, where would you cite that?
I saw the definition as common knowledge, and said "the literal meaning is "....." "
is there any way in which im NOT at fault?
I just dont like being accused of cheating or doing something i havent.What he did is basically fail me and not let me redo the assignment. He's a smart teacher, so me looking for additional information is my weapon against him. ALSO, i understand lawyers don't always protect the person who did nothing wrong.. But they find a way to make it so that the person who did wrong, doesnt get in as much trouble as they should because of some underlying factors.. any help? any way im not completley wrong?? please and thank you