The search term site: can be used to find specific types of sites, i.e., .com, .org, .edu, etc. However it cannot be used by itself; it must be used with another search term.
Example: intext:"americanrevolution" site:edu Notice, I did not type .edu, just edu.
1. Create a new Word document. Name it: Last_First_site8B (last two
letters/numbers change for you)
2. Use Google to do a search using site: - and intext: also. You may search any subject you like that is appropriate for school. This search was to get the hang of it. Step 3 will tell you what to do for the assignment.
3. Do three more searches. The intext part will stay the same. What will change is the site part. Do searches for: .org .edu .com
Do searches for: intitle:mitosis site:edu intitle:mitosis site:org intitle:mitosis site:com
Copy the following question and paste them into your Word document under the pictures. Answer all questions fully in your Word document.
A. When you compare the 3 Google search results in the pictures above, what do you notice about the number of returns? Explain fully.