Question 11 of 20
In a report, the supporting materials are placed in the:
A. executive summary.
B. bibliography.
C. appendix.
D. methodology section.
Question 12 of 20
Secondary research consists of:
A. observations.
B. original surveys.
C. what others have written about your topic.
D. interviews.
Question 13 of 20
Which of the following parts would NOT be included in a formal report?
A. Executive summary
B. Introduction
C. Letter or memo of authorization or transmittal
D. Index
Question 14 of 20
Proposals are written using what approach?
A. Persuasive
B. Indirect
C. Direct
D. Organizational
Question 15 of 20
If you think your reader might object to any point in your proposal, you should:
A. speak to the person personally about those objections.
B. answer those objections in the proposal.
C. refer the reader to the Appendix, where you have placed additional information.
D. Do all of the above
Question 16 of 20
Which of the following would you NOT include in a proposal?
A. Introduction
B. Background information
C. Summary
D. Request for authorization or approval
Question 17 of 20
The section of a report that provides a detailed description of the procedures used is the __________ section.
A. findings
B. scope
C. statement of purpose
D. methodology
Question 18 of 20
One of the most basic ways to present numerical data in reports is to use:
A. spreadsheets.
B. databases.
C. tables.
D. illustrations.
Question 19 of 20
If you have two or three lines in a table, you should:
A. single-space it.
B. center each line.
C. double-space it.
D. triple-space it.
Question 20 of 20
First-hand information is considered to be:
A. secondary research.
B. documented research.
C. primary research.
D. official research.