I think the correct answer would be C. When using a procedural text that includes both written instructions and diagrams, you should read the written instructions and review the diagrams to best understand the procedure. Reading the written instructions would allow you to know the smallest detail of the text. With the aid of the diagrams, you would be able to clarify some instruction written that you did not understand. Using the two aids would be very helpful in following the procedural text correctly since when you only use of the aids, it might be that you would miss out something very important.
When using a procedural text that includes both written instructions and diagrams, how should you use the information to complete the procedure? A. You should read only the written instructions and disregard the diagrams. B. You should look only at the diagrams and disregard the written instructions. C. You should read the written instructions and review the diagrams to best understand the procedure. D. You should ask someone else to explain the shortest and easiest procedure.