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Reading Visual Aids Practice Exercises

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Updated on Aug 25, 2011

Read the following study guide for a concept review:

Reading Visual Aids Study Guide

Exercise 1

Illustrations

Examine the flower illustration above to answer the questions.

Questions

  1. What is the stem of the flower called?
    1. a peduncle
    2. a receptacle
    3. an ovary
  2. What does a sepal do?
    1. protects the stamen
    2. protects the ovary
    3. attracts insects
  3. How many different parts are labeled on this diagram?
    1. five
    2. seven
    3. eight
  4. Which types of flowers have the parts shown in the diagram?
    1. roses and lilies
    2. only lilies
    3. all flowers

Exercise 2

Look at the price comparison table and examine the labels and units. Then answer the questions.

Questions

  1. What is the purpose of this table?
  2. How many grocery stores are being compared?
  3. Which store offers corn chips at the lowest price?
  4. Which store charges the most for mustard?
  5. How much does deli turkey cost at Buy Large?
  6. What is the cheapest product listed in the table?

Exercise 3

Read the time line to answer the questions about the history of bicycles.

Questions

  1. What date interval is used in this timeline?
  2. How many events are shown in the timeline?
  3. In what year were spokes first added to the bicycle?
  4. Who built a bicycle with equal-sized wheels?
  5. How many years passed between the first bicycle and Macmillan's design improvements?

Exercise 4

This diagram tells you which flowers bloom in each season. Examine the diagram carefully to answer the questions that follow.

Venn Diagrams

Questions

  1. Which flower blooms only in spring?
    1. iris
    2. tulip
    3. daisy
  2. How many flowers bloom in spring and summer?
    1. three
    2. six
    3. nine
  3. If you want to buy fresh flowers in August, which type will not be in season?
    1. iris
    2. gladiola
    3. peony

Answers

Exercise 1

  1. a
  2. b
  3. b
  4. c

Exercise 2

  1. The table's purpose is to compare the prices of several products at different grocery stores.
  2. Three grocery stores are being compared.
  3. Pack-Save offers corn chips at the lowest price.
  4. Flyers charges the most for mustard.
  5. Deli turkey costs $5.75 at Buy Large.
  6. The cheapest product listed in the table is lemonade ($0.85).

Exercise 3

  1. An interval of ten years is used in the time line.
  2. Five events are described in the time line.
  3. Spokes were first added in 1871.
  4. Lawson was the first to build a bicycle with equal-sized wheels.
  5. Twenty-one years passed between the first German bicycle and Macmillan's new design.

Exercise 4

  1. b
  2. a
  3. c
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