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Why is visualizing helpful when drawing conclusions? A. Visualizing helps to “see” what you are reading. B. If you can see the information, you are better able to draw a conclusion from it. C. If you
can draw conclusions, you are better able to visualize. D. Visualizing is really not very helpful when drawing conclusions.
B. If you can see the information, you are better able to draw a conclusion from it.
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User: Why is visualizing helpful when drawing conclusions? A. Visualizing helps to “see” what you are reading. B. If you can see the information, you are better able to draw a conclusion from it. C. If you can draw conclusions, you are better able to visualize. D. Visualizing is really not very helpful when drawing conclusions.

Weegy: B. If you can see the information, you are better able to draw a conclusion from it.
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User: What is the main purpose of visuals in a text? A. They help the writer to better understand what he/she is writing about. B. They add color and decoration to the text. C. The let the reader know the author's sources. D. They help fill in gaps that are not explicitly stated in the text.

Weegy: C. The let the reader know the author's sources.
Expert answered|carl1980|Points 30|

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