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How do you keep the audience’s attention? Use confusing language Relate your subject to your audience’s needs Offer a reward Talk about yourself
To keep the audience’s attention you should: Relate your subject to your audience’s needs.
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To keep the audience’s attention you should: Relate your subject to your audience’s needs.
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3 Suppose that at the current price consumers would like to purchase 10 million large-screen televisions and 15 million are available. When the market coordinates the demand and supply for large-screen televisions, the price of large-screen televisions will _______________. rise fall be fixed by government stay the same
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Which of the following groups would be most likely to benefit from a tariff on Japanese-manufactured light trucks (i.e., pickup trucks)? Japanese auto workers U.S. consumers of pickup trucks U.S. domestic pickup truck manufacturers U.S. firms that export products to Japan
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U.S. domestic pickup truck manufacturers would be most likely to benefit from a tariff on Japanese-manufactured light trucks (i.e., pickup trucks).
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Brenda Butler, editor of the Republican, is trying to decide whether to take a job at a much larger newspaper or to become the CEO and publisher of the Republican. Brenda has to make this decision because of OPPORTUNITY.
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