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Sam was giving a speech on fast food restaurants and presented each restaurant's menu on one slide in his PowerPoint. Was this an effective strategy?
A) No, because there was too much information on the slide.
B) No, because he should have given a speech on just one fast food restaurant.
C) Yes, because his audience benefited from the menu information.
D) Yes, because it showed Sam had done a lot of research on his topic.
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