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7.Chapter 7 lists “using headings liberally” as one way to display the organization of your document prominently. What is one other way to do so? Chapter 7, Question 7- Chapter 7 outlined that “using headings liberally” helps in displaying the organization of of my document properly. Two other mechanisms that that also help can be “using topic sentences at the beginning of your paragraphs” and “creating a detailed table of contents.” The three organizational patterns mentioned help readers in understanding the content. 8.Chapter 7 states that one disadvantage of the problem-methods-solution organization is that you cannot alter the sequence of those three elements. TRUE or FALSE Chapter 7, Question 8- The problem-methods-solution organization reflects the logic used in carrying out the project. For example, in a proposal, you describe the problem with
9.Chapter 7 explains that one challenge in using the cause-effect organization is that it is very difficult to prove a causal relationship between two factors. TRUE or FALSE Chapter 7, Question 9- Cause-and-effect relationships are difficult to describe because there is no scientific way to determine cause or effects. A causal relationship can never be certain. For example, you cannot explain why a product failed in the marketplace, but you can explain why the causes or effects you are identifying are the most plausible ones (Markel, 2012, p. 174). 10.According to Chapter 7, you should use only one organizational pattern when writing long, complex arguments. TRUE or FALSE Chapter 7, Question 10: Long, complex arguments often require several organization patterns. An example of this occurrence can be that one part of a document might be causal analysis of the problem, whereas the other part may be a comparison and contrast of the two options for the problem (Markel, 2012, p. 156). 11.Of the options listed below, which is the most effective way to organize a document describing the events that led to an Internet company’s bankruptcy?