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Points Awarded 100 Points Missed 0 Percentage 100%     1. When a lighting instrument moves from side to side, this  is called a: A. tilt B. swerve C. pan D. scan     Points Earned: 5/5 Correct Answer: C Your Response: C   2. When lights dim slowly it is called: 3. A gobo determines:
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4. Street traffic in the city is classified as a motivated  sound.     Points Earned: 5/5 Correct Answer: False Your Response: False   5. Light that falls from one area into an adjacent area is  called: 6. Lighting can be used to establish mood, establish focus 
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