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1. According to the presenter, how many hours of TED Talk videos are available?
Over 168 days
Over 168 hours
Over 168 weeks
Over 168 minutes
2. How many words are available in the TED talk transcripts?
Over 1,300,000,000 words
Over 1,300,000 words
Over 1,300 words
3. What did the presenter try to do with the data he gathered?
Reverse engineer a TED talk
Reverse a TED talk
Engineer a TED talk
4. What else did the presenter try to do?
Create more transcriptions for TED Talks
Create a terrible TED Talk that was still acceptable
Review as many TED Talks as he could
5. What three things did the presenter look at?
Trivia, Delivery & Visuals
Topic, Delivery & Feedback
Topic, Content & Visuals
Topic, Delivery & Visuals
6. What does the topic of a TED Talk strongly correlate with?
How much money you will make from your talk
How many views the talk gets
How users react to the talk
How you will visually support your talk
7. Which of the following words did NOT appear in the list of top ten GOOD words for TED Talks?
8. Which of the following words did NOT appear in the list of top ten BAD words for TED Talks?
9. How much longer are the most favorite TED Talks than the least favorite ones?
Over 25% longer
Over 75% longer
Over 50% longer
10. For which kind of talks is it better to talk for a shorter time?
Ingenious, jaw-dropping, and inspiring talks
Interesting, challenging, and courageous talks
Persuasive, fascinating, and informative talks
Beautiful, inspiring, and funny talks
11. Which publication should you NOT cite if you are giving a TED Talk?
The Washington Post
The LA Times
The New Yorker
The New York Times
12. What is the most obvious visual thing on stage during a TED Talk?
13. What plays a very important role in the ratings TED Talks get on the website?
14. What is the name of the tool the presenter created?
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