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An electrician has acted on a chosen solution to a problem what would the next step be?
a) Look back and evaluate the results b) Determine the definition c) Return to the feedback loop d) Review all possible solutions
It is important to follow a formal problem solving method because it:
a) Allows you to deal with problems logically b) Ensures that your problem will be solved c) Is a requirement of any course d) Reduces the difficulty of a problem
When it comes to parliamentary procedure, and the chair asks, 'Is the membership ready for the question?', he or she is really asking the group if they are ready to:
a) Vote on a motion b) Discuss an issue c) Make a motion d) End the meeting
Input includes
a) Problem identification b) Evaluation of results c) Plan revision d) Evaluation of the process
The exploration of all possible solutions is a/an:
a) Process task b) Feedback task c) Input task d) Output task
Observation and evaluation of results:
a) Engages the feedback loop b) Ends the process c) Requires modification of the solution d) Requires redefinition of the problem.
In parliamentary procedure, which type of motion must be voted on before the main motion?
a) Subsidiary motion b) Incidental motion c) Minor motion d) Privileged motion
Parliamentary procedure assures that everyone is treated fairly through a majority of rules. This is an example of being:
a) Democratic b) Flexible c) Impartial d) Cooperative
Once you make a motion, you should wait for it to be:
a) Seconded b) Approved c) Discussed d) Voted on
Which one of he following is among the common goals of conducting a meeting?
a) Sharing concerns b) Dominating others c) Getting your ideas chosen d) Political influence
Sometimes your speech can be complex. In such a case, before you end your speech, your main point should be:
a) Summarized b) Defined c) Re-explained d) Written
The reason we use parliamentary procedure to conduct meetings is to:
a) Run meetings effectively b) Conduct politics c) Get ideas heard d) Influence people
Before acting on a solution one should ALWAYS:
a) Explore all possible solutions b) Establish the solution process c) Survey their group members d) Examine the results
Evaluation of a solution reveals important new information, which can be used as:
a) Input b) Feedback c) Output d) Process
The official student association that provides Trade and Industrial Education students an opportunity to develop leadership skills is known as:
a) SkillsUSA b) TSA c) HOSA d) FFA
After a mechanic has clearly defined the problem with a vehicle, the next step would be to:
a) Explore all possible solutions b) Act on a solution c) Determine the results d) Evaluate the problem
Before exploring possible solutions you should:
a) Clearly define the problem b) Act on one solution c) Evaluate the results d) Provide feedback on the solution
The best use of any problem solving model ends with:
a) The best possible solutions b) Feedback c) Plan revision d) Solution revision
In problem solving, the process of acting on a solution occurs after:
a) Exploring all possible solutions b) Evaluating the process c) Explaining the results d) Revising the plan
After you clearly define a problem, you should:
a) Explore all possible solutions b) Act on a solution c) Choose the best solution d) Evaluate
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