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What type of visual aid is effective in showing comparisons between two or more items? A. Maps B. Illustrations C. Graphs D. Charts
Graphs is effective in showing comparisons between two or more items. ***The bar graph is a particularly good way to show comparisons among two or more items. [ It also has the advantage of being easy to understand, even by people who have no background in reading graphs. ]
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