Chapter 6 Q&A - Chapter 6 1. Resources rendering a...

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Chapter 6 1. Resources rendering a presentation's content more precise, more authoritative, or more believable are: a. Qualifying material b. Supporting material c. Quantifying material d. Representative material 2. Verifiable information carrying a high presumption of truth are called: a. Supporting material b. Statements c. Facts d. Assumptions 3. Information presented in numerical form are called: a. Media b. Examples c. Narratives d. Statistics
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4. Jerome wants to provide a vivid, personal impact to his audience about the effects of cancer. The best supporting material tool Jerome should use is: a. Statistics b. Comparison c. Expert medical testimony d. Examples 5. Which of the following is not a statistic of "average"? a. Median b. Mode c. Mean d. Model 6. Michael Jordan saying, "Got Milk" with a milk mustache is an example of: a. Expert Testimony b. Personal testimony c. Lay testimony d. Celebrity testimony
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7. The Association of Ant Farmers states all humans should eat ants as their primary source of food. This association probably fails which test of source quality? a. Content
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This note was uploaded on 05/05/2008 for the course ORAL COMM 111 taught by Professor All during the Spring '08 term at Northwest Missouri State University.

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