All of the following are true of a Works Cited page except:
It should be single spaced.
It should have a Hanging Indent for each entry.
It should be in alphabetical order by the first latter of each entry.
It should be the last page of your paper with a page number on the top right.
How is a hanging indent different from standard paragraph indentation?
Both have the first line indented, but hanging has all lines indented and is single spaced.
Both have the first line out to the margin, but standard paragraphs are always blocked in 10 spaces.
Standard and hanging indents are opposites as a standard paragraph has the first line indented and the rest of the lines out to the margins. A hanging indent has the first line out and the rest indented.
They have no differences
How do I format the Works Cited page?
All lines of each source should be flush against the left side. The entire page should be double spaced
The first line of each source should be flush against the left side, while subsequent lines should should be indented one-half inch (hanging indent). The entire page should be double spaced.
All lines of each source should be centered and single spaced.
The first line of each source should be flush against the left side, while the second line should be indented one-half inch. There should be two spaces between each entry, the entries themselves are single spaced