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9.Which type of story can be used not only to add interest, but also as proof of your point? A.factualB. hypotheticalC. fictionalD. fantasyFactual, hypothetical, and fictional stories can make your presentation more clear, but only factual stories can prove a point.Adler - Chapter 10 #9Topic: Verbal Support: Stories10.Which of the following is NOT true about using statistics in presentations? Adler - Chapter 10 #10Topic: Verbal Support: Statistics11.All of the following are true about statistics EXCEPT: Adler - Chapter 10 #11Topic: Verbal Support: Statistics12.Supporting material that explains the unfamiliar by comparing it to the familiar is called a(n) Adler - Chapter 10 #12Topic: Verbal Support: Comparisons13.Carter delivered a presentation about the need to change your car's oil on schedule. In his speech, Carter compared driving a car with dirty oil to walking a mile with small bits of gravel in your socks. This comparison illustrates a type of supporting material called a(n) A.analogy.B. story.C. example.D. characteristic.An analogy compares items from an unfamiliar area with items from a familiar one.Adler - Chapter 10 #13Topic: Verbal Support: Comparisons
14.The comparisons you use as supporting material should possess all of the following characteristics EXCEPT: Adler - Chapter 10 #14Topic: Verbal Support: Comparisons