## Where do you put access date in citation?

# Where do you put access date in citation?

## Where do you put access date in citation?

It’s recommended that you add the date you accessed the work at the end of the citation. Access date is given by putting the word “Accessed” followed by the Day Month (Shortened) Year the work was accessed/viewed. Example: Accessed .

**How do you cite the date of a source in the current year?**

Publication Dates in Works Cited List. For books, use the year of publication in the citation. The date (year) follows the publisher name preceded by a comma. If the year does not appear on the title page, look on the verso page (the back of the title page).

### What is an ellipse shape?

In mathematics, an ellipse is a plane curve surrounding two focal points, such that for all points on the curve, the sum of the two distances to the focal points is a constant. As such, it generalizes a circle, which is the special type of ellipse in which the two focal points are the same.

**Is Earth an ellipse?**

The Earth is an irregularly shaped ellipsoid. While the Earth appears to be round when viewed from the vantage point of space, it is actually closer to an ellipsoid. However, even an ellipsoid does not adequately describe the Earth’s unique and ever-changing shape.

## How do you describe an ellipse?

A curved line forming a closed loop, where the sum of the distances from two points (foci) to every point on the line is constant. An ellipse looks like a circle that has been squashed into an oval. Like a circle, an ellipse is a type of line.