Chapter 13 - Chapter 13 Graphics True/False Questions 1 A report covering four major areas of information should have four graphics Answer False

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Chapter 13 Graphics True/False Questions 1. A report covering four major areas of information should have four graphics. Answer: False Page: 413 Difficulty: Easy Rationale: Such arbitrary decisions should not be made. Although four is a possibility, the need for illustration should determine what is used. Learning Objective: 1 AACSB Standard: 1 2. Any form of graphic is acceptable if it helps communicate the true story of the report. Answer: True Page: 413 Difficulty: Medium Rationale: The goal of graphics is to assist in communicating the report story. Learning Objective: 1 AACSB Standard: 1 3. The main reason for using graphics in reports is to make the reports more attractive. Answer: False Page: 413 Difficulty: Easy Rationale: Their major purpose is to help communicate. Learning Objective: 1 AACSB Standard: 1 4. Primary functions of graphics are to catch the reader's attention and to add an aesthetic dimension to the business report. Answer: False Page: 413 Difficulty: Easy Rationale: Primary functions of graphics are to supplement and clarify the information presented in the business report. Learning Objective: 1 AACSB Standard: 1 5. A good rule of thumb is to have one graphic for every two pages of double-spaced text. Answer: False Page: 413 Difficulty: Easy Rationale: Need alone determines the number used. Learning Objective: 1 AACSB Standard: 1 6. Not only may graphics be used to emphasize points in the text, but they may also be used to supplement the text information. Answer: True Page: 413 Difficulty: Medium Rationale: Both uses are legitimate. Learning Objective: 1 AACSB Standard: 1 183
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Chapter 13 Graphics 7. Information that is too detailed to be covered in words should not be presented in a graphic. Answer: False Page: 413 Difficulty: Medium Rationale: Such information often is good material for graphics. Learning Objective: 1 AACSB Standard: 1 8. It is acceptable practice to include in the graphics of a report minor information not discussed in the report. Answer: True Page: 413 Difficulty: Hard Rationale: One of the functions of graphics is to present details not covered in the wording of the report. Learning Objective: 1 AACSB Standard: 1 9. When information is well presented in a graphic, the information should not be discussed in the report. Answer: False Page: 413 Difficulty: Medium Rationale: Graphics supplement the text material; they do not replace it. Learning Objective: 1 AACSB Standard: 1 10. No graphic should exceed one page in size, and that page must be the same size as all the other pages in the report. Answer: False Page: 414 Difficulty: Medium Rationale: Complex graphics frequently require more space than one full page allows. In such cases, insert a larger page and fold it so readers can open it easily.
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Chapter 13 - Chapter 13 Graphics True/False Questions 1 A report covering four major areas of information should have four graphics Answer False

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