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how does a landscape artists make an object in the foreground appear closer than an object in the background?
a~by making the object in the foreground larger in comparison the background objects.
b~by making the object in the foreground less detailed in comparison to background object.
c~by making the object in the foreground less colorful in comparison to background object.
d~by making the object in the foreground smaller in comparison to background object

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  1. My answer is A

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  3. Correct

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  4. A is right, yes.

  5. thanks!!!:D

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  6. Shia LaBeouf is correct.

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  7. Lol-a

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  8. Thanks Shia Lebaouf.

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  9. Shia Lebaouf is not here who are u peoplee talking to

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  10. exactly hihihi where is shia Labeouf and where are his answers.
    maybe he deleted it because he wanted everybody to "JUST DO IT".... ok... sorry....

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  11. I'll be your new Shia. Here are the 100% answers
    1.A
    2.B
    3.B
    4.C

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  12. That Girl has the correct answers.

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  13. That Girl is 100% 4/4 correct! Thank you!

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  14. That girl thx!!! :)

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  15. Yep! That Girl is 100% correct.

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  16. Yep they 100%

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  17. Thx That Girl 100%

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  18. thank you

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  20. y you necroposting :)

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  22. Thx my agents

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  23. Who else is just stuck in quarantine? :(

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