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mahesh004 make sure you hide the answers while posting questions . It will enable everyone to make a genuine attempt at the question. Its no fun solving when you have the answer right in front of you.

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E it is. "rate at which" is the key. Only C and E have it.But in C, the phrase "as seeen ...trunks" seems to refers to "indications of sunsopt cycles". Actually it should refer to the rate. Hence (E).

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