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What is the purpose of the key or legend on a map? A. It makes the map more visually appealing. B. It explains the steps required to reach a certain point. C. It shows the meaning of the
symbols used on the map. D. It provides the definition and pronunciation of unknown words.
C. It shows the meaning of the symbols used on the map.
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