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Analyze an infographic. Search for an infographic about a topic that interests you. Imagine that the author wants your feedback so he or she can improve future displays of information. Consider the source, audience, and communication objectives, and assess the infographic according to principles in this chapter. Summarize your recommendations in an...
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Create an infographic. With two or three other students, choose one of these topics or find data about a subject that interests you: ● Major banks: Which are the biggest banks according to market share, assets, employees, or other measures? ● Newspapers: Who reads which papers across the United States? ● Students at your school: What majors and car...
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Construct a chart from data presented in a table. Imagine that you own an independent paint and home decorating store. To determine which product lines bring in the most revenue, you have created the following table. Product Revenue Contribution Wallpaper 10% Paint 49% Tools and supplies 24% Home accents 4% Stain 13% To communicate this information...
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Determine which type of visual is best. For the following situations, select the most appropriate visual aid for presenting the data, and explain why it is the best option. Consider a line chart, bar chart, pie chart, table, or map. a. To show the daily sales for your small computer business b. To show the proportion of your budget spent on each of...
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Create an online survey for your classmates. Working in small groups, imagine that you're planning a start-up business targeted to students. First, decide on your business concept. This can be anything: a service (e.g., laundry or grocery shopping) or a product (e.g., custom T-shirts or imported hats). Next, write about ten questions to determine w...
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