Below is a passage from A Beautiful Mind, Sylvia Nasar's biography about mathematical genius John Nash. The original source is followed by excerpts of student papers. Decide if the student's version is word for word plagiarism, paraphrase plagiarism, or not plagiarism at all.
"In almost everything he did--from game theory to geometry--he thumbed his nose at the received wisdom, current fashions, established methods. He almost always worked alone, in his head, usually walking, often whistling Bach." (Nasar 12).
Nash disregarded established methods, received wisdom, the latest fashions. He usually worked alone, often whistling Bach.