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Master_Quiz_3 - 1. (Points: 0.5) Print communication has a...

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1. (Points: 0.5) Print communication has a cognitive impact, in contrast to tables and illustrations that have a visual impact. TrueFalse 2. (Points: 0.5) Informative visuals function as intermediaries between visual data and the main ideas you want your reader to assimilate. TrueFalse 3. (Points: 0.5) Large areas of vivid or dark colour, or two vivid colours side-by-side, do not differentiate details well. This issue is addressed by a. The diagram-difference principle b. The intermediary dimension rule c. The frame-modifier model d. None of the above 4. (Points: 0.5) According to Irish and Weiss, text and graphics are a. Different aspects of a whole b. Separate elements that work together c. A continuum of information that appeals to various means of understanding d. All of the above 5. (Points: 0.5) Make sure you use heavy gridlines around a table to draw readers’ attention to the content. TrueFalse
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