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hi chris , hope u well, let me know if u get help me with my assignment in english composition, is 20 questions for 4 exam online thank u.
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Homework
Expert:  Chris M. replied 2 years ago.

Hello dannyboy442,

 

Please post the questions and I'll see if I can assist you.

 

Thanks

Customer: replied 2 years ago.
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Essays appear in many different forms, but every essay has two features: rhetorical context and rhetorical:

A. reason.

B. structure.

C. purpose.

D. audience. Reset Selection

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Almost all writing follows the “classical pattern”; although it has variations, this pattern includes all of the following EXCEPT:

A. a context.

B. a conclusion.

C. an introduction.

D. a body. Reset Selection

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Question 3 of 20
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The approach in which the reader is aware of not only what the writer is trying to say but also how the writer is communicating is called:

A. profitable method.

B. reading for information.

C. active, analytical reading.

D. easy reading. Reset Selection

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Question 4 of 20
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The preliminary steps you take before you write your first draft include all of the following EXCEPT:

A. prewriting.

B. focusing.

C. organizing.

D. revising for content. Reset Selection

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In establishing your rhetorical context, audience and __________ are inextricably linked.

A. purpose

B. age

C. geographical location

D. occupations Reset Selection

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Question 6 of 20
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Most people prefer one of three basic approaches to learning, i.e., your preferred learning style, that include all of the following EXCEPT:

A. aural.

B. articulate.

C. verbal.

D. visual. Reset Selection

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Question 7 of 20
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A __________ is a sentence or group of sentences that states your controlling idea.

A. brainstorm

B. cluster

C. thesis

D. loop Reset Selection

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Question 8 of 20
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Students may encounter all of the following while drafting an in-class essay EXCEPT:

A. the internal editor.

B. writer’s block.

C. panic.

D. choice of environment and extra time. Reset Selection

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Question 9 of 20
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The use of the pronoun “you” in an essay is acceptable:

A. all of the time.

B. under only one condition: if the writer is speaking directly to the reader.

C. only in a technical or legal document that calls for objective writing.

D. in a technical document when the pronoun “I” also is used. Reset Selection

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Question 10 of 20
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Techniques that writers use to get the reader’s attention in introductory paragraphs include all of the following EXCEPT:

A. using an engaging anecdote.

B. using a provocative statement.

C. using exclamation points after every sentence.

D. using a quotation or questioning an assumption. Reset Selection

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Question 11 of 20
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When writers use the __________ option, they are trying to prove a general assertion by providing specific evidence to back up the assertion.

A. exemplification

B. description

C. narration

D. process analysis Reset Selection

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Just as the thesis statement represents the controlling idea of an essay, the __________ sentence indicates the specific subject of a paragraph.

A. authoritative

B. comparison/contrast

C. classification

D. topic Reset Selection

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Question 13 of 20
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The process of modifying what you have written so that it is more effective and economical is:

A. coherence.

B. solicitation.

C. revision.

D. shaping. Reset Selection

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Question 14 of 20
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An essay can go wrong in all of the following ways EXCEPT:

A. have coherence.

B. sound a false note.

C. confuse the reader.

D. have an impact that the writer never intended. Reset Selection

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Question 15 of 20
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Standard English:

A. avoids the casual tone and slang of informal English.

B. is conversational and includes slang.

C. is the language of scholarly writing.

D. uses the complex vocabulary and syntax of formal English. Reset Selection

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__________ language appeals to the senses and usually communicates ideas and details more effectively.

A. Abstract

B. Concrete

C. Specific

D. Careful Reset Selection

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Your __________ is your essay’s attitude toward your subject.

A. body paragraph

B. rhetorical

C. tone

D. context Reset Selection

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A/an __________ is a word or phrase used to modify an adjacent noun.

A. participle

B. verb

C. original

D. appositive Reset Selection

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__________ are words used to join words, phrases, and sentences.

A. Conjunctions

B. Dependent clauses

C. Verbs

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Question 20 of 20
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The use of two or more words together that mean the same thing, such as “future plans,” is called:

A. emphasis.

B. redundancy.

C. the use of euphemisms.

D. figurative language.
Expert:  Chris M. replied 2 years ago.

Answers are as follows:

 

1. B. structure.

2. A. a context.

3. C. active, analytical reading.

4. D. revising for content.

5. A. purpose

6. B. articulate.

7. C. thesis

8. D. choice of environment and extra time.

9. B. under only one condition: if the writer is speaking directly to the reader.

10. C. using exclamation points after every sentence.

11. A. exemplification

12. D. topic

13. C. revision.

14. A. have coherence.

15. A. avoids the casual tone and slang of informal English.

16. B. Concrete

17. C. tone

18. A. participle

19. A. Conjunctions

20. B. redundancy.

 

Hope this helps!

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i am sending the second one thanks
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Question 1 of 20
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When completing a research paper, you need to fulfill all three of the following responsibilities EXCEPT:

A. document sources of information informally or not at all – your choice.

B. research information relevant to your topic and take notes from these sources.

C. incorporate the results of your research in a way that logically supports your own ideas and conclusions.

D. document the sources of your information properly, using an accepted style. Reset Selection

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What section of the library contains general works such as dictionaries and encyclopedias?

A. Fiction

B. Biography

C. Reference

D. Card catalogue Reset Selection

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Question 3 of 20
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__________ sources are original works containing firsthand information and insights that you might make the focus of a research paper.

A. Secondary

B. Tertiary

C. Primary

D. Expert opinion Reset Selection

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Only some research papers that you will be assigned in college require the use of primary sources, but __________ require(s) secondary sources.

A. none

B. virtually all

C. very few

D. about half Reset Selection

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Question 5 of 20
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A ___________ contains records of ALL of the books, periodical articles, Web sites, and other sources you search to find information.

A. works-cited section

B. working bibliography

C. references section

D. references page Reset Selection

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Question 6 of 20
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You should include all of the following information for any book source you list EXCEPT:

A. author(s) and publisher.

B. volume number or edition number (if appropriate).

C. title and subtitle.

D. whether you found the book interesting. Reset Selection

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Question 7 of 20
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Magazines, journals, and newspapers are types of __________, which are publications that come out at regular intervals.

A. periodicals

B. catalogues

C. topics

D. assignments Reset Selection

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Question 8 of 20
5.0 Points
If you wanted to find citations and abstracts of journal articles in art, classics, history, language, or literature, you would access what online database?

A. Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature

B. Anthropological Index Online

C. ABI INFORM

D. Humanities Reset Selection

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Question 9 of 20
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URL stands for:

A. Upper Resource Location

B. Uniform Resource Locator

C. Under Resourced Landline

D. Uniform Response Locator Reset Selection

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Question 10 of 20
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AltaVista, Google, and Lycos are examples of:

A. Booleans.

B. Internet browsers.

C. search engines.

D. FAQs. Reset Selection

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Question 11 of 20
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Which one of the following does NOT need to be cited?

A. A direct quotation of another person’s writing or speech, even if only a few words

B. A paraphrase or summary of another person’s writing or speech

C. Graphic or audiovisual material produced by another person

D. Common knowledge, such as water freezes at 32 degrees Fahrenheit. Reset Selection

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Question 12 of 20
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“MLA” stands for:

A. Modern Language Association.

B. Modern Linguistic Action.

C. Modern Language Artistry.

D. Millennium Literary Association. Reset Selection

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Question 13 of 20
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The last element in an APA-style research paper is the:

A. in-text citation.

B. message posted to newsgroups.

C. reference section.

D. online source. Reset Selection

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Question 14 of 20
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“APA” stands for:

A. American Psychological Association.

B. American Parenthetical Alliance.

C. Association of Published Authors.

D. Alliance of Publication Acronyms. Reset Selection

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Question 15 of 20
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Which of the following APA citations for a book with one author is correct?

A. Percy, William Byrnes (1961). The Moviegoer. New York: Knopf.

B. Percy, W. (1961). The Moviegoer. New York: Knopf.

C. Percy, W., 1961. The Moviegoer. New York: Knopf.

D. Percy, W. (1961). The Moviegoer. New York: Knopf. Reset Selection

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To “elide” text is to ___________ text.

A. plagiarize

B. misspell

C. omit

D. verify Reset Selection

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A/an __________ is three spaced dots and takes the place of missing words.

A. quotation

B. analysis

C. ellipsis

D. block Reset Selection

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Question 18 of 20
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If you want to quote only a few words from a sentence, do not use the ellipsis; instead:

A. use a block quotation.

B. elide the words.

C. use exclamation points.

D. embed the quotation within your sentence. Reset Selection

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Question 19 of 20
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The use of __________ after a misspelling or an obvious factual problem means “thus” (“that’s the way I found it”) and tells your reader that you know the source is incorrect.

A. [mistake]

B. [wrong]

C. [sic]

D. [fix] Reset Selection

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Question 20 of 20
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According to APA guidelines, any passage that consists of more than one paragraph or contains more than 40 words must be:

A. set off as a block quotation.

B. centered and single-spaced.

C. indented on the right side of the quotation.

D. triped-spaced above and below it.
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
3 assignment

Question 1 of 20
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A __________ study examines the possible effects of a change in policy.

A. possibility

B. maybe yes, maybe no

C. feasibility

D. situational Reset Selection

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Question 2 of 20
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The study in Q#1 requires the use of the __________ option, in which a writer explores the causes and/or effects of an event, a policy, or a situation.

A. event

B. multiple causes

C. major cause

D. causal analysis Reset Selection

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Question 3 of 20
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In one of the basic patterns of causal analysis, a writer concentrates on the cause of a situation by explaining how an outcome is the product of a combination of causes. This pattern is called:

A. one major cause with several effects.

B. multiple causes of one effect.

C. hypothetical effects of a proposed change.

D. causal chains. Reset Selection

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Question 4 of 20
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This term may best be explained as “one thing leads to another.”

A. Causal chains

B. Feasibility study

C. Writer’s eye

D. Conspicuous busyness Reset Selection

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Question 5 of 20
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In Barbara Ehrenreich’s essay titled “The Cult of Busyness,” the word “incorrigible” means:

A. incapable of being corrected.

B. curable.

C. a large container.

D. a breed of dog. Reset Selection

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Question 6 of 20
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In Barbara Ehrenreich’s essay titled “The Cult of Busyness,” the word “acumen” means:

A. dull.

B. keenness and depth of perception.

C. sadness.

D. type of car. Reset Selection

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Question 7 of 20
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A __________ is a statement that seems contradictory but that is nevertheless true.

A. puzzle

B. definition

C. tribulation

D. paradox Reset Selection

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Question 8 of 20
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In Natalie Angier’s essay titled “Is War Our Biological Destiny?” the word “anachronistic” means:

A. current.

B. bad-tempered.

C. chronologically out of place.

D. fearful of spiders. Reset Selection

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Question 9 of 20
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What novelist, playwright, screenwriter, actor, and political commentator wrote Burr, The Golden Age, and “Drugs”?

A. Barbara Ehrenreich

B. Natalie Angier

C. Richard Rhodes

D. Gore Vidal Reset Selection

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Question 10 of 20
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A/an __________ question is one asked by a writer who really doesn’t want an answer but wants to raise the issue mentioned in the question.

A. inverted

B. rhetorical

C. paradoxical

D. fantasy Reset Selection

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Question 11 of 20
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In Gore Vidal’s article titled “Drugs,” the word “exhortation” means:

A. language intended to incite and encourage.

B. deportation.

C. depression.

D. a sad facial expression. Reset Selection

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Question 12 of 20
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“Spurious” means:

A. true.

B. false.

C. legitimate.

D. humorous. Reset Selection

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Question 13 of 20
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The purpose of a causal analysis essay is to:

A. apply successfully for a job.

B. break down a process into steps.

C. explain causes and/or effects to the reader.

D. entertain. Reset Selection

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Question 14 of 20
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In Richard Rhodes’ article titled “Hollow Claims about Fantasy Violence,” the word “entrepreneur” means:

A. one who organizes, manages, and assumes the risks of a business.

B. one who is fluent in the French language.

C. a keeper of secrets.

D. a lower-level employee of a business. Reset Selection

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Question 15 of 20
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In Richard Rhodes’ article titled “Hollow Claims about Fantasy Violence,” the word “confections” means:

A. inventions or advances in technology.

B. timekeeping devices.

C. light but entertaining theatrical, cinematic, or literary works.

D. fines for speeding tickets. Reset Selection

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Question 16 of 20
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In Richard Rhodes’ article titled “Hollow Claims about Fantasy Violence,” the word “marginal” means:

A. limited in extent or significance.

B. a butter-like spread.

C. of great intelligence and skill.

D. bright in color. Reset Selection

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Question 17 of 20
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In Richard Rhodes’ article titled “Hollow Claims about Fantasy Violence,” the word “proliferation” means:

A. a discussion lasting longer than one hour.

B. nuclear disarmament.

C. a multiplying or growth.

D. an academic discipline. Reset Selection

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Question 18 of 20
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In Richard Rhodes’ article titled “Hollow Claims about Fantasy Violence,” the word “critique” means:

A. a type of biscuit.

B. a raincoat.

C. a teacher or professor.

D. a critical estimate or discussion. Reset Selection

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Question 19 of 20
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According to Richard Rhodes in his article, “Hollow Claims about Fantasy Violence,” there is good evidence—causal, not correlational--that violence is learned:

A. in personal violent encounters.

B. in violent video programming.

C. from the media.

D. from televised mock violence. Reset Selection

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Question 20 of 20
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Events often occur simultaneously and are associated with each other in people’s minds, but that does not mean that one event has caused the other. This critical issue in developing a causal analysis is:

A. recognizing the law of unintended consequences.

B. mistaking correlation for causation.

C. choosing internal strategies.

D. exploring a “what-if” scenario. Reset Selection
Expert:  Chris M. replied 2 years ago.

Hello dannyboy442,

 

Please 'accept' the answers for the first quiz and then I will work on the next one.

 

Thanks

Expert:  Chris M. replied 2 years ago.

Answers are as follows:

 

1. C. feasibility

2. D. causal analysis

3. B. multiple causes of one effect.

4. A. Causal chains

5. A. incapable of being corrected.

6. B. keenness and depth of perception.

7. D. paradox

8. C. chronologically out of place.

9. D. Gore Vidal

10. B. rhetorical

11. A. language intended to incite and encourage.

12. B. false.

13. C. explain causes and/or effects to the reader.

14. A. one who organizes, manages, and assumes the risks of a business.

15. C. light but entertaining theatrical, cinematic, or literary works.

16. A. limited in extent or significance.

17. C. a multiplying or growth.

18. D. a critical estimate or discussion.

19. A. in personal violent encounters.

20. B. mistaking correlation for causation.

 

Hope this helps!

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u have the second before this thank u
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i am sending the last one then we have college mathematic , should be fast for u :)
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Question 1 of 20
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__________ are internal documents, sent within a business.

A. Letters

B. Resumes

C. Memos

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For centuries, the two standard forms of written business communication were memos and:

A. e-mails.

B. faxes.

C. text messages.

D. letters. Reset Selection

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Question 3 of 20
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The practical context of an e-mail includes all of the following EXCEPT:

A. a subject line.

B. awareness of its purpose.

C. the date.

D. the time. Reset Selection

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Question 4 of 20
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The rhetorical context of an e-mail includes all of the following EXCEPT:

A. date and time.

B. awareness of audience.

C. awareness of purpose.

D. tone. Reset Selection

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Question 5 of 20
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Traditionally, the text of a memo is divided into three parts that include all of the following EXCEPT:

A. conclusion.

B. letter of complaint.

C. introduction.

D. body. Reset Selection

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Question 6 of 20
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Modern memos expedite the reader’s task by featuring:

A. fully developed, very long paragraphs.

B. double spaces between each line, without any space between paragraphs.

C. lots of boldfaced and/or italicized terms.

D. shorter blocks of text. Reset Selection

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Question 7 of 20
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The author of a memo handwrites his or her initials at the end of the __________ line because memos are never signed, so the initials prevent a subversive employee from floating a document under someone else’s name.

A. “Date”

B. “To”

C. “From”

D. “Subject” Reset Selection

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Although business letters serve a variety of needs, they fall into __________ broad categories.

A. two

B. three

C. four

D. five Reset Selection

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Question 9 of 20
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When typing a business letter, use a standard font such as __________, which is easy to read.

A. Playbill

B. Algerian

C. Garamond

D. Showcard Gothic Reset Selection

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When typing a business letter, use a type size no smaller than __________ point (or 10 characters per inch—CPI—if that is how your computer measures type).

A. 12

B. 14

C. 16

D. 18 Reset Selection

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Question 11 of 20
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The first word of the salutation in a business letter is always:

A. Sincerely.

B. Hello.

C. Attention.

D. Dear. Reset Selection

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Question 12 of 20
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The address you are sending your business letter to is called:

A. the external address.

B. the inside address.

C. the complimentary close.

D. the salutation. Reset Selection

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Question 13 of 20
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In addressing a business letter, which of the following is correct?

A. Dr. Janis Bander, M.D.

B. Dr. Ronald Dos, Ph.D.

C. Dr. Miriam Smithers

D. M.D. Dr. Janis Bander Reset Selection

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Question 14 of 20
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In a business letter, separate the date from the other elements by __________ line spaces.

A. two

B. three

C. four

D. five Reset Selection

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The date on a business letter should reflect the day the letter:

A. is drafted.

B. is written.

C. is mailed.

D. is signed. Reset Selection

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Question 16 of 20
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Two appropriate forms of the complimentary close in a business letter are:

A. Sincerely XXXXX XXXXX

B. As ever or Best.

C. Ciao XXXXX XXXXX

D. Sincerely XXXXX XXXXX Sincerely Reset Selection

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The summary of the applicant’s education and work history is called the:

A. dossier.

B. rap sheet.

C. resume

D. letter of application. Reset Selection

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Question 18 of 20
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A more personal, persuasive document tailored to the particular position the applicant desires is called the:

A. personal business letter.

B. letter of application.

C. resume.

D. dossier. Reset Selection

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Question 19 of 20
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A resume saved as a plain-text file, which allows prospective employers to scan your resume for key words, is also known as a:

A. template.

B. scannable resume.

C. posted resume.

D. monitored resume. Reset Selection

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Question 20 of 20
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Do not send out a resume until at least three individuals, preferably __________, have agreed to recommend you.

A. professors and/or job supervisors

B. friends

C. relatives

D. members of the clergy



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Expert:  Chris M. replied 2 years ago.

Hello dannyboy,

 

This is not your fault, but the posts you made while I was working on one of the quizzes inadvertantly caused the answers to that quiz not to post. please don't make anymore posts until I finish these last two quizzes.

 

Thanks

Expert:  Chris M. replied 2 years ago.

Here are the answers (in bold) to the second quiz.

 

When completing a research paper, you need to fulfill all three of the following responsibilities EXCEPT:

A. document sources of information informally or not at all - your choice.

B. research information relevant to your topic and take notes from these sources.

C. incorporate the results of your research in a way that logically supports your own ideas and conclusions.

D. document the sources of your information properly, using an accepted style. Reset Selection

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Question 2 of 20
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What section of the library contains general works such as dictionaries and encyclopedias?

A. Fiction

B. Biography

C. Reference

D. Card catalogue Reset Selection

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Question 3 of 20
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__________ sources are original works containing firsthand information and insights that you might make the focus of a research paper.

A. Secondary

B. Tertiary

C. Primary

D. Expert opinion Reset Selection

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Question 4 of 20
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Only some research papers that you will be assigned in college require the use of primary sources, but __________ require(s) secondary sources.

A. none

B. virtually all

C. very few

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Question 5 of 20
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A ___________ contains records of ALL of the books, periodical articles, Web sites, and other sources you search to find information.

A. works-cited section

B. working bibliography

C. references section

D. references page Reset Selection

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Question 6 of 20
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You should include all of the following information for any book source you list EXCEPT:

A. author(s) and publisher.

B. volume number or edition number (if appropriate).

C. title and subtitle.

D. whether you found the book interesting.

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Question 7 of 20
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Magazines, journals, and newspapers are types of __________, which are publications that come out at regular intervals.

A. periodicals

B. catalogues

C. topics

D. assignments Reset Selection

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Question 8 of 20
5.0 Points
If you wanted to find citations and abstracts of journal articles in art, classics, history, language, or literature, you would access what online database?

A. Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature

B. Anthropological Index Online

C. ABI INFORM

D. Humanities Reset Selection

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URL stands for:

A. Upper Resource Location

B. Uniform Resource Locator

C. Under Resourced Landline

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AltaVista, Google, and Lycos are examples of:

A. Booleans.

B. Internet browsers.

C. search engines.

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Which one of the following does NOT need to be cited?

A. A direct quotation of another person's writing or speech, even if only a few words

B. A paraphrase or summary of another person's writing or speech

C. Graphic or audiovisual material produced by another person

D. Common knowledge, such as water freezes at 32 degrees Fahrenheit. Reset Selection

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"MLA" stands for:

A. Modern Language Association.

B. Modern Linguistic Action.

C. Modern Language Artistry.

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The last element in an APA-style research paper is the:

A. in-text citation.

B. message posted to newsgroups.

C. reference section.

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"APA" stands for:

A. American Psychological Association.

B. American Parenthetical Alliance.

C. Association of Published Authors.

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Which of the following APA citations for a book with one author is correct?

A. Percy, William Byrnes (1961). The Moviegoer. New York: Knopf.

B. Percy, W. (1961). The Moviegoer. New York: Knopf.

C. Percy, W., 1961. The Moviegoer. New York: Knopf.

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To "elide" text is to ___________ text.

A. plagiarize

B. misspell

C. omit

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A/an __________ is three spaced dots and takes the place of missing words.

A. quotation

B. analysis

C. ellipsis

D. block Reset Selection

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If you want to quote only a few words from a sentence, do not use the ellipsis; instead:

A. use a block quotation.

B. elide the words.

C. use exclamation points.

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The use of __________ after a misspelling or an obvious factual problem means "thus" ("that's the way I found it") and tells your reader that you know the source is incorrect.

A. [mistake]

B. [wrong]

C. [sic]

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According to APA guidelines, any passage that consists of more than one paragraph or contains more than 40 words must be:

A. set off as a block quotation.

B. centered and single-spaced.

C. indented on the right side of the quotation.

D. triped-spaced above and below it.

 

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For the math quizzes you mentioned, you will need to post those in the Math sub-category of Homework.

 

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