True of false question 24 just about any topic can be

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True of False Question24.Just about any topic can be worked into a good technical-report project. Some are a little more difficult thanothers. TrueorFalse 25. You also have to define the audience in terms of who they are specifically. How?That means things like names, organization or company, street address and phone numbers, and occupation or position.Assessment 1 – Questioning – Written Assessment – AURAFA007Version: 1.0Created: Sept 2018Page 9 of 18
Insert RTO LogoAURAFA007 Develop and document specifications and proceduresAssessment 1 – Questioning – Written Assessment – AURAFA007Version: 1.0Created: Sept 2018Page 10 of 18
Insert RTO LogoAURAFA007 Develop and document specifications and procedures 26.When developing a technical document, what are the ten [10] stages of planning to consider? 10 Develop a work schedule for the project and divide the responsibilities (see the following). True of False Question27.Secondary sources are first-hand and not interpreted by anyone else, they offer a personal point of view, and are created by a witnesses of, or participants in, an event (except in cases of historical research writtenafter the fact). True of False Question28.Primary sources are information sources that interpret, include, describe, or draw conclusions based on works written by others. 29.Why should you use secondary sources? Assessment 1 – Questioning – Written Assessment – AURAFA007 Version: 1.0 Created: Sept 2018 Page 11 of 18
Insert RTO LogoAURAFA007 Develop and document specifications and procedures 30.Explain three [3] ways on how you should reference sources of information used in your document? 1Name of the source being referenced: This can either be the title or a general subject reference. If it is a chapter title or a heading, put it in quotation marks; if it is the name of a book, magazine, report, or reference work, put it in italics or underline.2Page number – Required if it is in the same document; optional if it is to another document.3Subject matter of the cross-reference – Often, you need to state what's in the cross-referenced materialand indicate why the reader should go to the trouble of checking it out. This may necessitate indicating

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