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I have a question regarding a typography quiz that I recently took for my class:
5) A type family is the complete range of variations of a typeface design, including roman, italic and bold. A type family is also used to describe the 5 basic font families (sans serif, serif, cursive, monospace, and fantasy) that are used to define fonts on the Web.
I answered this as false, but the professor says it's actually true. Can someone please explain this to me? I'm a bit confused with this one...
Many thanks in advance,