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Colour as a coding mechanism [duplicate]
When using colour as a coding mechanism, the number of colours used should be: a. 7 or fewer b. 9 or fewer c. 6 or fewer d. 8 or fewer Potentially a question for cognisc Stack Exchange but this ...
Jun 11 '13 at 15:18
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