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Call it stupidity or bad luck but I am guilty of submitting my research article to a journal which is listed in Beall's List of Predatory Publishers. It is my first article and I don't have much ...
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Research Article Introduction Reporting Purpose of Research , what is difference between simple past tense and simple present tense? [duplicate]
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Are many new math results first published in monographs (not in articles)?
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