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Question 9: A. Forecasts say that in just two years, the total quantum of e-waste generated around the world will be 50 million tonnes.
B. In China, for instance, 73.9 million computers, 0.25 billion mobile phones and 56.6 million televisions were sold in 2011.
C. Close to 90 per cent of the world’s electronic waste — worth nearly $19 billion — is illegally traded or dumped each year, to destinations half way across the world.
D. While Europe and North America are by far the largest producers of e-waste, Asia’s cities are fast catching up as consumers of electronic goods and as generators of e-waste.
Sentence A talks about the amount of e-waste generated around the world.
Sentence D talks about the largest producers of e-waste and how Asian cities are catching up. Sentence B substantiates this point, giving the example of China as a huge consumer of electronic goods and hence generator of e-waste. So ADB make a paragraph.
Only sentence C, which talks about illegal dumping of e-waste, does not fit in with the rest.
The question is " Choose the Sentence that does not fit in "
Choice C is the correct answer.
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