1. When developing a concept or a portion of a project, which statement is true about visuals?

(a) Only high-quality finished material should be used in a talk.

(b) A chalk-talk or film-transparency sketch can be very helpful.

(c) A computer-based display of project ideas would be useless.

2. The role of fundamental issues in computer science design projects:

(a) Is nonexistent.

(b) Often determines design decisions.

(c) Neither (a) nor (b).

3. For a report:

(a) The key to success is creating a long document.

(b) A set of talk visuals is usually all that is needed.

(c) Neither (a) nor (b).

4. A signed, dated, witnessed notebook entry:

(a) Establishes good work habits.

(b) Frequently creates items to add as report sections.

(c) May become useful in reporting or in legal ownership of work.

5. The general principle of computing is:

(a) The more workers (larger number of people) contribute to a report the better.

(b) The more directions a project explores in depth the easier it is to understand the path finally chosen.

(c) Neither (a) nor (b).

6. An outline is often used:

(a) To create unnecessary written work.

(b) To build a presentation.

(c) Neither (a) nor (b).

7. The points to be presented in a talk:

(a) Can be stimulated and amplified by the interaction with the audience.

(b) Written out become a good item to read to the audience.

(c) Should not be limited to a single main idea that can be remembered.

8. Color:

(a) Is an unnecessary frill in a presentation.

(b) A way to add interest to visual material.

(c) In a computer display, a property controlled by two binary numbers.

9. The task of slicing a circular pizza into eight equal pieces using three straight line cuts is:

(a) Impossible. (b) Impractical.

(c) Related to a key notion in mathematics.

10. For funding an initial startup effort in computing:

(a) Go to a venture capital firm.

(b) There is relatively little fixed overhead cost.

(c) Neither (a) nor (b).