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In journals, magazines, or newspapers, articles frequently have discontinuous page ranges. When citing such pagination, remember to include a space after the comma.

Duke, N.K. (2016). Project-based instruction: A great match for informational texts. American Educator, 40(3). 4-11, 42. https://www.aft.org/sites/default/files/media/2016/ae_fall2016.pdf

 

Use an en dash instead of a hyphen between numbers in the page range. En dash (a short dash) is used to mark ranges. 

You can find the guideline regarding discontinuous page numbers and an example in Section 9.25 of the APA Publication Manual.