8. Tracie is gathering support for her persuasive speech on animal testing for medical purposes. She makes use of Web sources and has a great deal of relevant material. However, when outlining the speech, she can't find the source of many facts and statistics she plans to use. What is Tracie's problem?
a. Tracie forgot to get full citations on her sources, but she can orally cite what she remembers.
b. Tracie needed a preliminary bibliography with all necessary material to locate the sources.
c. Tracie violated a principle of outlining; never insert supporting material into an outline for a speech.
d. Tracie doesn't have a problem; the audience trusts her to be truthful and not make up facts.