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In James Cameron's 1984 classic THE TERMINATOR, the plot

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In James Cameron's 1984 classic THE TERMINATOR, the plot centers around the implications of time travel when a futuristic robot travels fifty five years back in time and it then attempts to change the outcome of events by assassinating the leader of a successful future uprising.

a. it ten attempts to change the outcome of event by assassinating the leader of a successful future uprising
b. then attempting to change the outcome of events by assassinating the leader of successful future uprising
c. attempts to change the outcome of events by assassinating the leader of successful future uprisings
d. it attempts to change the outcome of events by assassinating the leader of a successful future uprising
e. it attemts to change the outcome of a successful future uprising by assassinating the leader

QA us C but what is wrong with D, doesn't the IT clear all ambiguity? why is that redundant?

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