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What is textual graph?

A textual graph is a graph where the results and comparisons are  written out instead of expressed in numbers. A textual graph has a  list of comparisons divided into column (MORE)

What is a textual evidence?

Textual evidence is evidence/support used to support an  argument/position, and is derived from reading and drawing from  other text. It is provided in the form of quotation (MORE)

What is textual evidence?

Words from a text that are used to support an essay's claim. Textual evidence is evidence used to support an argument using something from another source. Typically shown as (MORE)

What are textual aides?

Do you mean Tactile Aides? If you do, tactile aides (cues) would be things that involve touch. When i hear this i think of helping someone eat. for example: putting a straw (MORE)

What is textual stability?

Textual stability is when you have quotes in a piece of writing to support the idea being explained. For example if you are writing an essay on a book then you will need to ha (MORE)
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What is textual aides?

Textual aids are things that can make print stand out more so it is emphasized. Some examples of textual aids are bold, italics, graphs, pictures, and even symbols.
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