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Q: While working on URL rating tasks, when are you required to click on the URL to view the landing page? Answer Choices (A) Only when the query has multiple interpretations and you are not sure which
interpretation is dominant. (B) Only when you don't understand user intent. (C) Only when the URL looks spammy. (D) You are always required to click on the URL to view the landing page.
A: Only when you don't understand user intent
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User: While working on URL rating tasks, when are you required to click on the URL to view the landing page? Answer Choices (A) Only when the query has multiple interpretations and you are not sure which interpretation is dominant. (B) Only when you don't understand user intent. (C) Only when the URL looks spammy. (D) You are always required to click on the URL to view the landing page.

Weegy: Only when you don't understand user intent
Frankie17851|Points 774|

User: Which of the following statements is true? Answer Choices (A) User intent refers to what the user was trying to accomplish by typing the query. (B) A page can have high utility even if it is not related to the topic of the query. (C) A rater who reads and writes Spanish is fully qualified to rate projects for all task locations where Spanish is spoken. (D) Each query has a task language and task location.

Weegy: (D) Each query has a task language and task location. All queries have a Task language and Task location. You must use the Task language and Task location to understand the context of the query. [ Users in different parts of the world have different expectations for the same query terms. Imagine the user typing in the following query and what they would be looking for. ]
migzptz|Points 4561|

User: Which of the following statements is true? Answer Choices (A) The query [windows], English (US) has two dominant interpretations: the operating system and the windows in a home. (B) Ratings for high quality pages should all get the same rating. For example, a high quality page for a common interpretation of the query should get the same rating as a high quality page for a minor interpretation of the query. (C) Some queries do not have a dominant interpretation. (D) A query can have no more than two common interpretations

Weegy: The query [windows], English (US) has two dominant interpretations: the operating system and the windows in a home.
Frankie17851|Points 774|

User: Which of the following is an example of a navigation query? Answer Choices (A) [San Francisco weather], English (US) (B) [weather.com], English (US) (C) [San Francisco weather weather.com], English (US) (D) [average temperature in San Francisco in July], English (US)

Weegy: User: . Which of the following is an example of a navigation query Answer:(D) [average temperature in San Francisco in July], English (US )
bestWeegy|Points 678|

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