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Initially created to exchange information between a few U.S.

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Initially created to exchange information between a few U.S. academicians, a computer network called the Internet, which connects computers in remote locations over telephone lines, is now used by billions of individuals worldwide.


(A) Initially created to exchange information between a few U.S. academicians, a computer network called the Internet, which connects computers in remote locations over telephone lines, is now used by billions of individuals worldwide.
(B) Initially created to exchange information between a few U.S. academicians, a computer network, which connects computers in remote locations over telephone lines, is now used by billions of individuals worldwide and called the Internet.
(C) Initially created to exchange information between a few U.S. academicians, a computer network, which connected computers in remote locations over telephone lines, is now used by billions of individuals worldwide and called the Internet.
(D) Initially created to exchange information between a few U.S. academicians, a computer network called the Internet, which connected computers in remote locations over telephone lines, is now used by billions of individuals worldwide.
(E) Initially created to exchange information between a few U.S. academicians, which connects computers in remote locations over telephone lines, a computer network called the Internet is now used by billions of individuals worldwide.

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Connects is needed. Connected in C is not correct.

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OA is A. Good call Christof!

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