About Graphic Statics

Following are some of the multiple choice questions on the Graphic Statics with answers that will help the students in developing their knowledge.

Graphic Statics MCQ

1. What is this graphic feature called?

  • caption
  • timeline
  • heading
  • graph

2. What text feature gives the definitions of important vocabulary words?

  • Captions
  • Index
  • Glossary
  • None of the above

3. Select below the techniques used to create form in design.

  • Light
  • Shadow
  • Perspective
  • all of the above

4. Helps the readers see where the places in the passage are in relation to geographic regions of the world

  • Illustrations
  • Glossary
  • Index
  • Maps

5. What technique is used to create an illusion of layers?

  • line
  • shape
  • shadow
  • color

6. Small text found near a picture that gives important information about the picture.

  • Caption
  • Glossary
  • Photograph
  • Diagram

7. Texture is the _____________ quality of a surface.

  • feeling
  • tactical
  • textural
  • physical

8. Textures do not make great background images and can add a lot of interest to your work.

  • True
  • False

9. Asymmetrical designs are different, but the weight is still evenly distributed.

  • False
  • True
  • I do not know

10. A list of chapters in a book and the page numbers where each chapter starts.

  • Index
  • Table of Contents
  • Glossary
  • Framed Text (Text Box, Insert)

11. Words or phrases that divide the text into smaller parts. 

  • Subheading
  • Heading
  • Title
  • Caption

12. What strategy is used in the image shown?

  • The grid
  • The rule of thirds
  • Asymmetrical design
  • Balance

13. What graphic feature is shown in this example?

  • photograph
  • table
  • map
  • diagram

14. The process of creating the appearance of a publication, presentation, or Web site in an attractive, logical manner is called _______________ .

  • Graphic Design
  • Database Management
  • Problem Solving
  • Copyright

15. A ___________ is the arrangement of type and graphics on a printed publication, presentation, or Web site.

  • Layout
  • Space
  • Shape
  • Texture

16. The most important elements in a publication should generally:

  • Be the largest and catch the reader's eye
  • Be located in the bottom right corner
  • Be the smallest so as to catch the reader's eye
  • Blend in with the rest of the elements on the page

17. A good place to position the most important information is _______________ because this is where readers often look first.

  • In the upper left hand corner of the page
  • In the upper right hand corner of the page
  • In the center of the page
  • At the bottom of the page

18. Any mark connecting two points is known as

  • Line
  • Shape
  • Texture
  • Space

19. Anything that has height and width in Graphic Design is known as

  • Shape
  • Texture
  • Line
  • Space

20. The look and feel of a surface in Graphic Design is known as

  • Texture
  • Line
  • Space
  • Shape

21. The distance or area between or around things

  • Space
  • Texture
  • Line
  • Shape

22. We call the absence of text and graphics in a design ________ .

  • white space
  • blank area
  • empty space
  • open area

23. The difference between two or more elments is known as?

  • Contrast
  • Balance
  • Proximity
  • Unity

24. The placement of elements on the page so they are evenly distributed

  • Balance
  • Proximity
  • Unity
  • Contrast

25. The closeness of elements, often for the purpose of grouping them visually

  • Proximity
  • Unity
  • Contrast
  • Balance

26. How well the parts of a design work together in Graphic Design is known as

  • Unity
  • Contrast
  • Balance
  • Proximity

27. What is a pixel?

  • A single point on a computer screen.
  • A saved Photoshop file.
  • An object in the Tools Panel.
  • A graphic design element.

28. The color mode that works best for images that will be viewed onscreen

  • RGB
  • CMYK
  • GPY
  • BYM

29. The color mode that works best for images that will be printed

  • CMYK
  • RGB
  • PCM
  • PYG

30. The ideal image resolution for images that will be viewed onscreen

  • 72
  • 56
  • 48
  • 256

31. Frank read two passages about the American flag. He was asked to write an opinion essay about whether or not it should be changed. What should he use?

32. What type of text structure uses this graphic organizer?

  • Cause and Effect
  • Problem and solution
  • Description

33. What text structure will be used with the graphic organizer?

  • Problem and Solution
  • Sequence
  • Cause and Effect
  • Compare and Contrast

34. What type of text structure uses this type of graphic organizer?

  • Compare/contrast
  • Cause/effect
  • Description
  • Chronological

35. Identify the type of organization that uses this visual

  • Compare/contrast
  • Cause/effect
  • problem/solution
  • argument/support

36. How many senior boys play football or wrestle?

  • 9
  • 21
  • 30
  • 39

37. How many senior boys play football but do not wrestle?

  • 9
  • 12
  • 18
  • 104

38. How many senior boys play football and wrestle?

  • 9
  • 12
  • 18
  • 39

39. Graphic organizers can be used to...

  • Organize writing.
  • Make information more accessible to students
  • Brainstorm
  • All of the above!

40. Keisha has just reread Goldilocks and the Three Bears. She has to rewrite the conclusion to the passage. Which graphic organizer should she use?

41. How does Abe resolve the conflict in the passage? Support your answers with clear details from the text. What should you use?

42. It is fun to read about chimpanzees. All wild chimpanzees live in Africa. They live mostly in thick rain forests and in woodlands. There are two types, or species, of chimpanzees—the common chimpanzee and the bonobo, also known as the pygmy chimpanzee.

  • Descriptive
  • Cause & Effect 
  • Problem & Solution
  • Sequence

43. A chimpanzee’s body is made for climbing and swinging in the trees. First, it uses its long arms to reach a branch. Next, with its flexible hands and feet, it grabs and hooks on to the branch. Finally, it swings from that branch to another branch of tree.

  • Compare & contrast
  • Sequence
  • Descriptive
  • Cause & effect

44. Chimps live in groups and like each other a lot, but sometimes they fight. Because they don’t want to stay angry at each other after a fight, they make up by holding a hand out to the other. They show they are sorry with pats and hugs. Then the anger goes away.

  • Descriptive
  • Compare and contrast
  • Argument and evidence
  • Cause and Effect

45. Chimpanzees and humans are alike in many ways. A baby chimp laughs when its mother tickles it. After chimpanzees fight, they kiss and make up. When one chimpanzee comforts another, it gives it a hug or pat on the back. There are, of course, many ways that chimpanzees and humans are different. Chimpanzees are smaller and stronger than humans. An adult male chimpanzee stands three or four feet tall and weighs about 100 pounds. But a chimpanzee can lift more weight than a man who is six feet tall.

  • Compare & contrast
  • Problem & solution
  • Cause and Effect
  • Argument and evidence

46. Found throughout the passage at the bottom of the text -  Help the reader by citing references or giving additional information about a word in the text.

  • index
  • footnote
  • label
  • glossary

47. Which type of text structure shows how two or more things are alike and different?

  • Chronological
  • Cause & Effect
  • Problem & Solution
  • Compare/Contrast

48. Which type of text structure answers the questions what happened and why?

  • Chronological
  • Cause & Effect
  • Problem & Solution
  • Compare/Contrast

49. Which type of text structure describes an issue and at least one way to solve it?

  • Chronological
  • Cause & Effect
  • Problem & Solution
  • Compare/Contrast

50. Which of the following describes the CORRECT way to convert the file picture.psd to a JPEG file format using Photoshop?

  • Click File -> Save for Web; choose JPEG in the file type box, and then save the file in the correct directory
  • Click File -> Save; save in the correct directory.
  • Click File -> Save As; save in the correct directory.
  • Click File -> Export; save in the correct directory.

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