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Photographs can provide an overall view of an object, especially when the object is new or strange,or they may record results that rely on visual inspection, such as X-rays or the effects of destructivetesting for failure in materials. To use photographs in a report effectively, you must

If you need photographs for an oral presentation, use a35-millimeter projector to display them. Photographs transferred to overhead acetates byphotocopying machines are usually too dark to be easily viewed by the audience.

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