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What should you do if an audience member asks a question to which you don’t have an answer?

What will be an ideal response?

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Admit it when you don’t know an answer. It is best to say right away that you do not have the information needed. Tell questioners that you will locate the answers later and get back to them. When you say you will follow up, of course, always do so.

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