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Comprehension Check

You have had a chance to review basic information about graphic literacy skills for the GED Tests. Check your knowledge by answering each of the following questions. The box on the right will indicate whether your answer is correct or you should try again.

1. Graphic literacy is the ability to read and understand visual messages.
a. True
b. False
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2. Comparisons of numerical data or quantities are best represented by:
a. Circle graphs
b. Bar graphs
c. Line graphs
d. Scatter grams
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3. To interpret an editorial cartoon, readers need to know something about the literal facts involved.
a. True
b. False
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4. An upward trend of the stock market would best be displayed as a
a. Line graph
b. Bar graph
c. Circle graph
d. Scatter gram
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