A+ answers of the following questions

Category: Business & Finance

1. (TCO 4) What type of presentation gives an account of the status quo? (Points : 2) 
Regular, scheduled meetings
Training
Report
Briefing

2. (TCO 4) Successful informative presentations: (Points : 2) 
motivate audience curiosity.
connect with audience values.
give audience members a reason to listen.
All of the above


3. (TCO 4) What function is served when an informative presentation helps others establish priorities, order their goals, or put ideas in context? (Points : 2) 
Shaping perceptions
Setting agendas
Sharing information
Persuading

1. (TCO 4) How does the chronological pattern organize main points? (Points : 2) 
In order of importance
In a geographical sequence
In a time sequence
In a cause and effect sequence


2. (TCO 4) Which statement should a speaker avoid interjecting into descriptive presentations? (Points : 2) 
“This is the way it is.”
“This is the way it was.”
“This suggests that . . . “
“The information was obtained from . . . .”


3. (TCO 4) What type of informative presentation addresses “what” questions? (Points : 2) 
Explanation
Persuasion
Demonstration
Description

1. (TCO 4) What is one of the most common mistakes made by beginning speakers, regarding their listeners? (Points : 2) 
Assuming that each audience needs a different speech
Assuming that the same speech can be given to different audiences
Assuming that each speech requires different supporting material
Assuming that each presentation requires different visual aids

2. (TCO 4) How does the chronological pattern organize main points? (Points : 2) 
In order of importance
In a geographical sequence
In a time sequence
In a cause and effect sequence

3. (TCO 4) What type of structural pattern of organization has the main points of the message organized as parallel elements of the topic itself? (Points : 2) 
Point-by-point
Spatial
Topical
Cause and effect

4.

Question:

Test the indicated claim about the variances or standard deviations of two populations. Assume that both samples are independent simple random samples from populations having normal distributions.
Use the summary statistics below to test the claim that the samples come from populations with different variances. Use the significance level of 0.05.
Sample A: n=28; x1=19.2; s=5.2
Sample B: n=41; x2=23.7; s=5.28
Step 1: Claims =
Step 2: Test statistics =
Step 3: Critical value =
Step 4: Comparison = 
Step 5: Conclusion =

1. A manufacturer considers his production process to be out of control when defects exceed 2%. In a random sample of 100 items, the defect rate is 4% but the manager claims that this is only a sample fluctuation and product is not really out of control. At the 0.10 level of significance, test the managers claim.
Step 1: Claims = 
Step 2: Test statistics =
Step 3: Critical Value = 
Step 4: Comparison =
Step 5: Conclusion =

 

2. Imagine your branch saw 2,500 patients in March. From historical data, you know each month you add exactly 160 new patients. At the same time, you know each month your branch has an attrition rate of 5% of the total patient base. This attrition is due to factors such as patients cancelling services, disenrolling from the necessary insurance plan, moving to a location your physicians don’t serve, etc.
Knowing the above information and assuming the fixed figures of 160 and 5%, please calculate the maximum number of patients your branch will ever see in a given month.

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