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If you saw the italicized sentence in an essay, would it constitute plagiarism?
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is surprisingly known as "america's favorite pastime." but don't worry because football is hot on its heels in the race for the title.
yes. it uses the original author's words but does not include quotes or a citation.
no. it uses the author's original words but significantly changes their meaning.
it is actually an example of paraphrasing rather than plagiarizing.
it is actually an example of summarizing rather than plagiarizing

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