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  2. Question answering - Wikipedia

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    Question answering (QA) is a computer science discipline within the fields of information retrieval and natural language processing (NLP), which is concerned with building systems that automatically answer questions posed by humans in a natural language.

  3. Yes–no question - Wikipedia

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    A related ambiguity is questions with the form of yes–no questions but intended not to be. They are a class of questions that encompass indirect speech acts. The question "Can you reach the mustard?" is an example. In form and semantics, it is a straightforward yes–no question, which can be answered either "Yes, I can" or "No, I cannot".

  4. Catholic Answers - Wikipedia

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    Catholic Answers is a Catholic advocacy group based in El Cajon, California. It purports to be the largest lay-run apostolate of Catholic apologetics and evangelization in the United States. It publishes Catholic Answers Magazine , [1] a bimonthly magazine focusing on Catholic outreach, religious formation and apologetics , as well as the ...

  5. 36 Questions - Wikipedia

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    36 Questions is a 2017 podcast musical by Two-Up Productions with music and lyrics by Chris Littler and Ellen Winter, with sound design by Joel Raabe. It follows the story of an estranged husband and wife trying to reconnect over the 36 Questions That Lead to Love, which were a part of a psychological study that explores intimacy.

  6. Multiple choice - Wikipedia

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    Multiple choice questions lend themselves to the development of objective assessment items, but without author training, questions can be subjective in nature. Because this style of test does not require a teacher to interpret answers, test-takers are graded purely on their selections, creating a lower likelihood of teacher bias in the results.

  7. Interrogatories - Wikipedia

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    In England and Wales, firstly the person wanting to know the information requests it in writing, either in letter form or, more usually, on a blank document with the questions on one side of the page and space for the answers on the other side. A deadline is set for the opponent to answer the request.

  8. FAQ - Wikipedia

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    The purpose of a FAQ is generally to provide information on frequent questions or concerns; however, the format is a useful means of organizing information, and text consisting of questions and their answers may thus be called a FAQ regardless of whether the questions are actually frequently asked.

  9. West African Examinations Council - Wikipedia

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    The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) is an examination board established by law to determine the examinations required in the public interest in the English-speaking West African countries, to conduct the examinations and to award certificates comparable to those of equivalent examining authorities internationally.