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People have been making maps for hundreds of years. Christopher Columbus used maps when he sailed to the "New World." At that time, most people thought Earth was flat, and all of the maps they used were flat, too. Of course, Columbus's maps were not accurate, but would you be surprised to know that the maps we use today still have inaccuracies?
That was the passage now the question is.
What is the main idea of the selection?
Most people do not consider globes to be maps.
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The maps that Christopher Columbus used were not accurate.
Flat maps have errors in the shapes of landforms.
Globes, unlike flat maps, provide an accurate map of the world.
I think its Globes, unlike flat maps, provide an accurate map of the world.
You are correct, because it says that flat maps have inaccuracy, but never said what made them inaccurate so i can't be C. B isn't correct because the paragraph just talk about the inaccuracy about his map. It can't be A because they never mentioned anything like that, and it's connected to opinions.