# Known-unknown matrix

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- Q1In a known-unknown matrix, which quadrant represents high potential and high uncertainty?Quadrant 2Quadrant 1Quadrant 3Quadrant 430s
- Q2In a known-unknown matrix, which quadrant represents low potential and low uncertainty?Quadrant 2Quadrant 1Quadrant 3Quadrant 430s
- Q3What is the purpose of a known-unknown matrix?To categorize information based on level of certainty and potential impactTo simplify complex informationTo predict future eventsTo eliminate uncertainty30s
- Q4Which of the following is an example of information that would be categorized in quadrant 3 of a known-unknown matrix?New technologies with uncertain potentialCommon sense knowledgeTried and tested methodsWell-known historical events30s
- Q5What is the benefit of using a known-unknown matrix in decision-making?It eliminates all uncertainty in decision-makingIt helps prioritize and allocate resources based on potential impact and level of certaintyIt promotes a one-size-fits-all approach to problem-solvingIt encourages a reactive rather than proactive approach30s
- Q6In a known-unknown matrix, which quadrant represents low potential and high uncertainty?Quadrant 1Quadrant 3Quadrant 4Quadrant 230s
- Q7What is the main difference between known and unknown information in a known-unknown matrix?Known information has a higher degree of certainty and predictability, while unknown information has more uncertainty and potential impactKnown information is always easy to obtain, while unknown information is always difficult to obtainKnown information is always positive, while unknown information is always negativeKnown information is always relevant, while unknown information is always irrelevant30s
- Q8Which quadrant of a known-unknown matrix would most benefit from additional research and analysis?Quadrant 2Quadrant 3Quadrant 4Quadrant 130s
- Q9In a known-unknown matrix, which quadrant represents high potential and low uncertainty?Quadrant 4Quadrant 3Quadrant 1Quadrant 230s