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Draft Abstract

Submitted by angelasalaza on Thu, 10/11/2018 - 13:16

The experiment required a photograph located at the W.E.Dubois library of a spider web on the left side of the indoor building's window. The experiment was intended to create a comparison between two figure panels the original and duplicate. To get the replicate photograph to be as exact as the original the experiment included a set of instructions with the location of the spider web, how to photograph the web, and what software was needed to present the panel. The instructions listed did not result in an exact replicate of the original copy, though the panels were in correct order small differences were noticeable such as the angle of the photographs including the spider web's distance from the camera lens and the format of the label borders. The results demonstrated that more accuracy in describing the instructions was needed to get the results wanted