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Ancient Incan pottery showcased in galleries is stored in rooms protec

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Ancient Incan pottery showcased in galleries is stored in rooms protected with the latest security devices in order to minimize the risk of theft.

A) devices in order to minimize
B) devices so that it minimizes
C) devices while minimizing
D) devices and minimizes
E) devices, which minimizes


there is a similar question in which the pattern in B is the answer.

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I guess it's E devices plural and which aptly refers to it.



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I guess it's E devices plural and which aptly refers to it.



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Imo A
B- it refers to plural rooms
C- while is not sensical.
D- and alters the meaning
E- SV error
Minimizes

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