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Homework Help: Referencing same book more than once (different pages) IEEE

  1. Feb 27, 2008 #1
    1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

    How should I cite different pages of a single book in a report?

    If I reference say page 29 of book x in a report, but later on in that same report I reference page 33 from book x, how should I list this in my references section?

    If page 29 of book x is reference 1, should page 33 of book x also be reference 1 (perhaps using comas between page numbers?), or should it be reference 1a, or should it be treated as a completely separate citation, reference 2 for example?

    Should I not include the page numbers at all and merely treat everything from book x as a single reference?

    I am using the IEEE referencing system.

    Thanks for any help.
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