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September 23rd, 2012, 08:19 PM   #1
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A question about perspective

It is the question on page ten of this link http://www.educationaldesigner.org/ed/v ... 9_fig3.pdf In particular I would like help with the last part asking which mountain appears biggest to Simon, if you do know the answer could you please explain to me how you got the answer.
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Re: A question about perspective

That PDF file took a long time to load, so here is the image of the page:

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1.) Mount Don is the farthest away since it is the tallest and appears to be the smallest.

2.) Mount Col is the closest since Axe must be behind Bob, and since Col is 1/2 the height of Bob but appears more than 1/2 the height of Bob, must be closer.

3.) Mount Bart looks taller since .
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