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what is the structure of illustration?
Structure Illustrations with labels, highlighted components, or other selective or stylized attributes often serve the purpose of demonstrating the structure of something. [ A map showing the political boundaries of a country, a diagram of the inner workings of a clock mechanism, or an illustration of the structure of a binary tree may fall within this classification. Examples of this type of
illustration include those shown in several varieties of lock, in Enigma machine, and in Data Encryption Standard. If your article needs an illustration for reasons of showing structural attributes, this type of image may be what you need. In these cases, the appearance of the subject is not as important as the way it is organized or how it works. Most often, a drawing or diagram may be most appropriate for this type of image, but in other cases an annotated photograph may be a viable alternative as well. ]
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User: what is the structure of illustration?

Weegy: Structure Illustrations with labels, highlighted components, or other selective or stylized attributes often serve the purpose of demonstrating the structure of something. [ A map showing the political boundaries of a country, a diagram of the inner workings of a clock mechanism, or an illustration of the structure of a binary tree may fall within this classification. Examples of this type of illustration include those shown in several varieties of lock, in Enigma machine, and in Data Encryption Standard. If your article needs an illustration for reasons of showing structural attributes, this type of image may be what you need. In these cases, the appearance of the subject is not as important as the way it is organized or how it works. Most often, a drawing or diagram may be most appropriate for this type of image, but in other cases an annotated photograph may be a viable alternative as well. ]
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User: provide two tips for writitng in illustration?

Weegy: 1. Specific illustrations: This type of illustration is an example taken from a personal experience. If your essay were about accidents, you could provide an example of an accident that was faced by you personally. [ Discuss what caused the accident and how it was dealt with. 2. Typical illustrations: This type of example is a generic illustration. It can be used in many ways for various topics. Let us assume that you are writing an essay on accidents. In this case, a typical example would be stating that the majority of accidents occur in the house. ]





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