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Chapter 10Student: ___________________________________________________________________________1.Which of the following is NOT a function of supporting material? A. to make abstract concept more understandableB. to make your presentation more convincingC. to make a claimD. to provide evidence in support of a claim2.All of the following are guidelines for the use of supporting material as "proof" EXCEPT 3.Your text identifies all of the following as possible ways to define a word EXCEPT: 4.Anita wants to encourage her classmates to read their textbooks thoroughly. To support her point, she says, "Some students think of a book as a heavy object that weighs down a backpack; other students think of a book as an expensive bill that needs to be paid at the beginning of each semester. But we can also think of a book as the key to a world of new ideas." Anita is defining a book by _______. 5.Which the following is true about using examples as supporting evidence for a main point? A. Examples should be typical, not isolated instances.B. One example provides sufficient evidence to prove a point.C. Avoid using examples from your own experience.D. For the sake of brevity, don't use more than one example.6.Liam was giving a persuasive presentation to his class about the need to increase recycling efforts in the United States. To support his main point, he provided a hypothetical account of what he expected the world to look like in 50 years if recycling efforts were not stepped up. Which of the following forms of verbal support is Liam using during his presentation? 7.According to the text, stories are effective forms of verbal support because they allow you to create a situation that illustrates the point you are making to the audience. All of the following are guidelines to consider when you include a story in a presentation except: