Identifying your audience will help you determine A. whether to support your claims. B. appropriate examples to use. C. where to place your thesis statement. D. in what order to present your ideas.
Identifying the audience while creating any text or public address helps to determine B. appropriate examples to use. The "audience" refers to the people that will be addressed in your work. For example, if you are giving a speech in you school, your audience is likely to consist of your peers. Therefore, you will choose examples that your peers can relate to and understand better, rather than those that lose your audience's interest.