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Which of the following technologies required the measurement of the stars for navigation?



A. compass**


B. lateen


C. Mercator projection


D. astrolabe

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  1. No.

    Look up those 4 choices here: https://www.merriam-webster.com/
    Then let us know what you decide.

  2. The answer is D.

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  3. It`s D
    i took the test

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  4. Jimin do you have the whole test?

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  5. Yep it’s D, because astro is like Astronomy which means the study of stars so astrolabe has something to do with stars.

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