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which term describes a picture in which one side has more than the other side?
(a)formal balance
(b)informal balance
(c)design simplicity

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asked by susue
  1. It is definitely neither a nor b. The word "balance" decides that. By process of elimination, I would say "c" although none of them seems precise enough.


    posted by SraJMcGin
  2. 1.d

    posted by heather
  3. 100% with Heather Ty!!

    posted by ysni
  4. Can you send me with questions and answers please to make sure am i correct. Thank you

    posted by Usha

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