## Are poems supposed to be in quotes?

Titles of short works like poems, articles, short stories, or chapters should be put in quotation marks. Titles of books that form a larger body of work may be put in quotation marks if the name of the book series is italicized.

## Do you need to cite equations?

If the data, or the figure itself, comes from an outside source, you should cite that source when you introduce the table / figure / equation. In the case of equations, it is of primary importance to insure that, at some point in either the introduction or the explanation of the equation, you define the symbols used.

## Where do equation captions go?

Word does not offer a built-in method that can automatically inserts a caption flush with the right edge of a document. Generally speaking, the equation captions are required to be right aligned and on the same line with the equation, and the caption numbers should be enclosed in parentheses as below screenshots shown.

## How do you write an equation in APA?

In APA style, when discussing numbered equations in the text, write out the word “Equation” and give the number. For example, you would write “see Equation 1.”