DISCUSSION: The third paragraph discusses the differences between medical textbooks and custom illustrations. You should look there to justify answers.
- Both illustrations are accurate. The difference is that custom illustrations remove unnecessary detail.
Note: You may think that custom illustrations are inaccurate because they remove detail. But textbook illustrations remove some detail too. The only exact model of a human arm (for example) is a real-life human arm. Any illustration is a simplification.
- This sounds like lines 35-36. But the author didn’t say that custom illustrations always remove color.
- Nonsense. Line 34 says that custom illustrations aim for accuracy.
- CORRECT. Lines 36-46 say this directly. Custom illustrations remove unnecessary detail.
- This is backwards. Nonmedical audiences find custom illustrations easier to understand. See lines 41-45.
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