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# V11-26

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Math Expert
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How are we supposed to assume the difference between "local" and "on-field"? I mean this 'analogy' was such a leap of faith.
Am I missing something here? This question baffles me.
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I marked c based on "creative thinking operates on multiple planes, creating “analogy bridges” among various planes"
Interpreted bridges as distance. Where was I wrong?
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Bunuel bb

Can you please look into the doubts posted by kop18 and TBT. Even I have the same doubt
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TBT wrote:
I marked c based on "creative thinking operates on multiple planes, creating “analogy bridges” among various planes"
Interpreted bridges as distance. Where was I wrong?

I also did that and I share your concern, I actually did not even understand what option D intended meaning was.
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I think this is a high-quality question and I agree with explanation.
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I think this is a poor-quality question and I don't agree with the explanation. I think this is a low-quality question.

Choices are random. Premises are unclear.
And solution is unconvincing
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Not a good question.
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Thanks everyone for the feedback and sorry it's taken me so long to get to this topic.
I agree - not a fan of the question and have removed this question from the test bank.