Technique is _______________
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User: Technique is _______________

Weegy: Answer: Weighting techniques Several methods have been developed that incorporate some means of scaling effects and weighting the importance of various elements, [ thus resulting in a mathematical means of combining magnitude and significance for an overall evaluation of project impact. Technically these methods fall under the rubric of checklists, but they go far beyond what checklists provide. Scaling of effects addresses issues of magnitude and is based on a numerical system in which the highest number represents a very good effect and the lowest number represents a very adverse effect. The mid-point would be an average effect, or a neutral one. This can be used alone to determine some composite score for magnitude or it can be combined with a weighting scheme to incorporate considerations of importance or significance. With weighting, values are given to elements of the environment (or of a proposal) based on their relative importance or significance. The end result can be either a total score or a group of scores representing various "sectors" of the environment. This category of methods is particularly useful because it combines measures of magnitude and significance in a highly organised format. As a result, this is a very systematic approach that is valuable for analysing alternatives. The approach incorporates a large amount of data that may not otherwise be readily comparable. Thus, the method provides a means of synthesising a great deal of information while still retaining measures of magnitude and significance. Judgement is inherent in this approach, particularly when importance values, or weights, are assigned to individual components or elements. "Importance" or "significance" can mean many different things, so it is necessary to define it very carefully. In addition, when scaling effects, it is necessary to be explicit about what the values mean. The method works best when the scales relate to real, measurable changes, as in water quality or employment levels. ]
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User: All of the following are examples of popular paint brushes used by artists to create different affects and results, except which? a. round brushes c. pointed brushes b. spiral brushes d. detail brushes

Weegy: All of the following are examples of popular paint brushes used by artists to create different affects and results, except: detail brushes.
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User: Choose the answer to fill in the blank, which best completes the sentence. Choice of medium allows the artist to ________________ a. convey different messages. b. experiment with combining materials to create new media. c. reconnect with old forms of art. d. improve realism in art, particularly with portraits.

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A technique is a procedure to complete a task.

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This print by Francis Jukes, entitled, Mount Vernon, is a beautiful example of ____________. a. mezzotint c. drypoint b. engraving d. aquatint
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Updated 4/15/2014 7:58:14 AM
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Updated 4/15/2014 7:52:30 AM
When making an intaglio print, ink is added to the raised areas.
All of the following are examples of commonly used tools in relief printing, except which? a. lead c. paper b. mat knife d. gouge
Weegy: A tool which is not use for relief printing is the a. lead User: ___________ is a printing process where the artist cuts away an image from a soft synthetic material. a. Woodcut c. Woodblock b. Wood engraving d. Linocut Weegy: LINOCUT is a printing process where the artist cuts away an image from a soft synthetic material. User: Wood engraving, like the example above, was perfected by which artist? a. Pablo Picasso c. Hanna Hock b. Murihead Bone d. Thomas Bewick (More)
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Updated 4/15/2014 7:50:22 AM
Wood engraving, like the example above, was perfected by Thomas Bewick.
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