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1)Which of the following statements is/are true about presentations?The goal in persuasive presentations is a favorable vote or decision.The purpose of presentations is not for the introduction of a person’s talk.Training sessions in an organization are primarily persuasive.The purpose of informative presentations is to entertain and validate the audience.Both A and B are correct.2)In a formal presentation, one needs to speak more slowly and have longer pauses than in an informal conversation. True False3)If a speaker has a choice, he or she should save questions for the end. True False4)In a group presentation, it is important to involve as many members of the group as possible in speaking roles. True False5)Which of the following is true about making eye contact with the audience during a presentation?It results in the audience getting offended and perceiving the speaker to be unfriendly.It establishes one-on-one contact with the individual members of the audience.It denotes that the speaker lacks confidence and is incompetent.It enables the speaker to be conscious of feedback from the audience.Both B and D are true about making eye contact with the audience.6)Training sessions in an organization are primarily:persuasive presentations.informative presentations.goodwill presentations.sales presentations.keynote presentations7)In a presentation made to the board of directors, the HR head of an organization first spoke about the high employee turnover the company was facing. Then she stated that the employees exhibited such behavior because they were skeptical about the company’s anticipated merger with a foreign company. Toward the end of her presentation, she highlighted proposed that training would be the only best way to motivate employees. Which of the following patterns of organizing presentations does this best exemplify?Chronological1-2-3Problem-Causes-SolutionPro-conExcluding alternatives