II. Multiple Choice:(2 Points Each)1. _____In most academic writing, w

II. Multiple Choice:(2 Points Each)1. _____In most academic writing, what is the writer’s knowledge of the topic compared to that of the reader?A. The same asB. More thanC. Less thanD. Neither more than nor less than that of the reader2. _____Which of the following is NOT an example of technical writing?A. E-mailB. Personal journalC. Operation manualD. Equipment evaluation3. _____What is the first step in the outlining process?A. Show relationshipsB. Draft a final outlineC. Consult a list of sourcesD. Record random ideas quickly4. _____What is NOT one of the four main technical levels of your audience?A. EditorsB. ManagersC. ExpertsD. General readers5. _____Writers recommend organizing information in most documents in which of the following groups?A. Experts and operatorsB. Managers and general readersC. Both A and BD. Neither A nor B6. _____In documents longer than two pages readers pay special attention to sections such as:A. Executive summariesB. IntroductionC. Table of contentsD. All of the above7. _____The ABC format is expressed visually as which of the following figures?A. SquareB. CircleC. HourglassD. Diamond8. _____Which of the following report sections would NOT be considered an example of the generic term abstract ?A. Introductory summaryB. Executive summary of reportC. Report attachmentD. Executive summary of a formal report9. _____Which of the following questions generally would NOT be answered by the final section of a technical document?A. What major points have you madeB. What details support your major recommendationC. What problem have you tried to solveD. What will you do next10. _____What section of a technical document is most intended to lead to the next step in the writer’s relationship with the reader?A. AbstractB. BodyC. AttachmentsD. Conclusion11. _____Which of the following features is NOT one that could be considered part of page design?A. Content of the abstractB. White spaceC. HeadingsD. Lists12. _____During the revision process, what feature of computers allow you to move sentences, paragraphs, graphics, or entire sections within a document without duplication?A. Addition and deletionB. Copy and pasteC. Search and changeD. Saving of the textE. Cut and paste13. _____Headings serve what main purpose(s)?A. As a signpost for the readersB. As a grabber to entice readersC. As a place where the readers get relief from straight textD. All of the above14. _____Which of the following headings is not parallel in form to the others?A. Scope of servicesB. IntroductionC. ConclusionD. Establish costs15. _____In which of the following circumstance would you always use numbers with lists?A. With a list of three itemsB. With a list of sequential stepsC. With lists dealing with the software industryD. All of the above16. _____If you know that the decision maker reading your report will need an informal definition to understand a term you are using, what is the best location for the definition?A. GlossaryB. AppendixC. FootnoteD. In the text next to the term17. _____Technical descriptions usually move in what direction?A. From specific to generalB. From general to specificC. Neither A nor BD. Both A and B18. _____Which of the following could be considered a purpose for process analysis?A. Describing an experimentB. Explaining how a machine worksC. Recording steps in developing a new productD. All of the above19. _____What type of graphic display is particularly useful for showing a complex process analysis?A. Pie chartB. Line graphsC. Flow chartsD. Photographs20. _____Instructions are often a part of what particular type of technical document?A. ProposalsB. ManualsC. Recommendation reportsD. Feasibility studies

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