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28 Sep 2009, 20:16
While doing this question I too ended up in selecting A, but after several thoughts, passage is not about chronology, but about information used, how it is used to make maps, so D sounds best.
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30 Sep 2009, 03:26
even i screwed up this RC in the exam
looks small though
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30 Sep 2009, 06:18
This passage surely does not appear to be a chronology of events in that case I believe D is the best option that fits the bill as compared to the other options.
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30 Sep 2009, 11:06
Yeah, the answer should be D.
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