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 How authentic is the information on Wikipedia?

Answer It's relatively authentic. People are required to provide references to validate their remarks (though they don't always have to). If you're unsure of something that's said, you can always check it... Read More »
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If we edit a wikipedia page and we add some wrong information in that page,will it be deleted by wikipedia?

More experienced users are notified of changes to pages that relate to their specialty, and they review them accordingly. If your information is simply lacking sources or inaccurate, it can be dele... Read More »
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Is Wikipedia website is trust website or not It's all information in Wikipedia is believable one or not?

I think it is about 99% or so accurate. It is a compilation of people editing and checking of reference sources. There could be some error lines or things in dispute listed as factual. Almost not... Read More »
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How to Get Information from Wikipedia?

By now, most people have heard of Wikipedia. Wikipedia is an ever expanding online encyclopedia of knowledge. With the vast amount of information available via the service, it can sometimes be diff... Read More »
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Where does Wikipedia get all it's information from?

people get it from other sources and site it. They do have people whose professions are writing articles for the site and revising other ones.
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