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Meaningless Questions using this particular Dimension of Inquiry.


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Try to ask at least 5 Meaningless Questions about the Mona Lisa using the Dimension of Inquiry above.

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Here are some questions you might have asked using this Dimension of Inquiry.

  1. Is the Mona Lisa painted on canvas, or wood? If canvas, what material is the canvas made out of? If wood, what species of tree?
  2. What is the chemical composition of the pigments used by Leonardo?
  3. What fabric is her clothing made out of?
  4. Regarding the foothills and mountains shown in the background, what is their geological composition?

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