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Faults are considered ‘critically stressed’ if they are…CorrectIncorrect
In a normal fault, the hanging wall slides down the ramp relative to the footwall. True or False?CorrectIncorrect
Rifts, with common normal faults, occur at…CorrectIncorrect
In the event of a subsurface blowout, drillers may opt to drill a relief well into the same formation and use heavy mud to stop the flow. This is an example of…CorrectIncorrect
True or False: In a risk management plan, there should be at least one hardware barrier or one human barrier in place for each major risk.CorrectIncorrect
Speakers always have a three-fold approach. To establish their own credibility is known as…CorrectIncorrect
Fallacies are statements that sound reasonable but are founded in some inaccuracy or assumption that renders the argument untrue or invalid. The statement: “Nine out of ten people agree that this is not an environmentally friendly company” is an example of…CorrectIncorrect
Creating vivid metaphors or employing imagery or detailed description to transport the Audience to a certain scene is an appeal to…CorrectIncorrect
Cognitive biases are deviations from rationality that produce conclusions drawn illogically. A bias where there is a tendency to believe and accept claims because many others do is…CorrectIncorrect
There are three main communications styles. The style that helps most to make a decision in a short amount of time, such as during emergencies or when there is a single clear solution is…CorrectIncorrect
Almost all relationships fall into one of three broad categories. A relationship where a favor or advantage is extended in the expectation that something will be returned in the future is…CorrectIncorrect
As we examine trust and credibility, we can trace our understanding to Aristotle’s three broad categories of rhetorical appeal: ethos, pathos and logos. The appeal that applies to the following: “Demonstrating commitment openly and following through on promises is the greatest influence on the public’s perspective of government” is…CorrectIncorrect
Leaving out a small pertinent detail is a lie. True or False?CorrectIncorrect
Keeping the message relevant and tangible is an example of which communications best practice?CorrectIncorrect