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When preparing to communicate a solution to a design problem, you must:
a) make a set of CAD drawings
b) construct a table top display
c) visit the site of your presentation the week before
d) consider the viewpoint of your audience

The communication format that has the potential to reach the largest audience is a:
a) podcast
b) table display
c) brochure
d) live performance

In the beginning of a presentation it is important to:
a) summarize your main points
b) take questions
c) introduce yourself and your objective
d) display many visual aids

At the end of a presentation it is important to:
a) discuss all your failures
b) display many visual aids
c) discuss all your successes
d) summarize your main points

Which of the responses below is NOT a good reason to arrive early on the day of a presentation?
a) time to relax
b) time to construct a computer simulation
c) time to “get the feel” of the space from where you will present
d) time to set up

Engineers and designers communicate their process and solutions to problems to many different audiences, such as clients, _____________ companies, and government agencies.
a) Manufacturing
b) Postal
c) Pool
d) Political

The purpose of the communication involves the reflection on the process, to gather ideas and _____________ from others.
a) Feedback
b) Explanation
c) Examples
d) Guidelines

To communicate effectively to each stakeholder group, engineers and designers must utilize effective ________________ skills and incorporate different presentation formats.
a) Vocal
b) Communication
c) Transferable
d) Technical

What are the five reasons we communication
a) Inform, Educate, Persuade, Entertain, Control/Manage
b) Inform, Entertain, Persistant, Educational, Maintain
c) Inform, Entertain, Persistant, Educational, Manage
d) Inform, Educate, Predict, Evaluate, Control/Manage

At the beginning of the Presentation you should.
a) Introduce yourself and the objectives for the presentation
b) Discuss your design process including any successes or failures
c) Use visual aids as appropriate
d) Summarize your points

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