What primary element of light helps the observer see three-dimensions?
a.
intensity
c.
color
b.
hue
d.
shading

SHADING helps the observer see three-dimensions.

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Are the graphs of the lines in the pair parallel? Explain.
y = 3x + 7
8x – 2y = 16
a.
No, since the slopes are different.
b.
Yes, since the slope are the same and the y-intercepts are the same.
c.
Yes, since the slopes are the same and the y-intercepts are different.
d.
No, since the y-intercepts are different.

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The graphs of the lines in the pair are not parallel:. y = 3x + 7 , 8x – 2y = 16 , since the slopes are different.

The slope of y = 3x + 7 is 3 , the slope of 8x - 2y = 16 is 4 , so the slopes are difference .

The slope of y = 3x + 7 is 3 , the slope of 8x - 2y = 16 is 4 , so the slopes are difference .

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Three-dimensional drawing in which all the sides are measured full size and scaled with the drawing at 30° to the horizontal is known as ___________________.
a.
two point perspective
c.
linear perspective
b.
isometric perspective
d.
multiple point perspective
**Weegy:** Three-dimensional drawing in which all the sides are measured full size and scaled with the drawing at 30 degrees to the horizontal is known as isometric perspective.
**User:** In the lithograph above, M.C. Escher attempted to create ____________________
a.
an example of one point perspective.
b.
a flat surface on which he added shading and shadow to create realism.
c.
a picture in which its lines were not perpendicular to one another, but rather randomly located.
d.
the illusion of multiple point, never ending perspective.
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In art, the material used by an artist to create a work of art is called the ___________.
a.
motif
c.
tools
b.
plane
d.
medium
**Weegy:** In art, the material used by an artist to create a work of art is called the medium. (More)

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All of the following are principles of design in art, except which?
a.
proportion
c.
rhythm
b.
emphasis
d.
color
**Weegy:** All of the following are principles of design in art, except COLOR.
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Shading is created using ________________
a.
varying proportions of the same color.
b.
shades of black and white, or by using values of a single hue.
c.
complimentary colors which blend together and create harmony.
d.
tints and tones of a given hue.
**Weegy:** Shading is created using: shades of black and white, or by using values of a single hue. (More)

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