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An appendix is used for any material that, if presented in the main body of the document, would unnecessarily interrupt the flow of the writing.
- If there is only one appendix, head it with the word Appendix (centred) above the appendix title.
- Each appendix must have a title.
- Where there is more than one appendix, label each with a capital letter (e.g. Appendix A, Appendix B, etc.), according to the order they appear in the body of the assignment.
- Begin each appendix on a new page.
- Attach appendices after the reference list.
- Continue page numbering into the appendices.