Are the annotations in a bibliography objective or subjective?

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Are the annotations in a bibliography objective or subjective?

Annotated Bibliography:

A bibliography is used when you are writing an essay or book that includes research taken from outside sources. In some writing formats, the bibliography is also known as the works cited page. In an annotated bibliography, you include an annotation after each source that describes what information you found in this source, why the source is credible, and how useful it was to your project.

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