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Conic projections are most accurate at A. lines of latitude touched by the cone. B. lines of longitude closest to the equator. C. lines of latitude closest to the poles. D. lines of longitude closest to the poles. User: The ______________ projection is a compromise between distorting shape and direction. Distortions on this projection only happen at the high latitudes, and they're balanced by realistically sized shapes.
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