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Section 4.1

Reasons for Using Graphics

Graphics in written and oral reports are invaluable aids to your audience because they condense text,clarify relationships, and highlightpatterns. Good graphics display the significance of your data (which may be more exactlydisplayed in a table) and allow the reader to follow your discussion. Drafting graphics may also be a very effective way to help youdraft a long written report or oralpresentation.

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