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Hierarchical diagrams are charts types that show the breakdown of a system to its lowest manageable sections in the form of hierarchy. In hierarchical visual representations, roles, ranks, and positions are laid down to represent the relationships between different elements (Kirk, 2016). The connecting lines in the hierarchical diagrams help one explain the various relations existing in between the elements and are commonly applied in education and business. To create a hierarchy chart, consider the following steps. First, identify the most significant elements in a given system, for instance, the highest-ranking position in an organization (Wang, Zhang, & Lu, 2017). Secondly, List down the second, third, until the last in your system. However, while listing the elements after the one identified first within an organization, all the stakeholders must participate in eliminating biasness and achieving uniformity of the system. Thirdly, while listing

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