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In 1688, France improved the production of plate glass. Used in mirrors. By pouring molten glass onto specially designed tables and then by polishing it with felt disks, French artisans created glass that could reflect images with little or no visual distortion. The newfound plate-glass technique resulted in the creation of the famous Hall of Mirrors in the Palace of Versailles. In the eighteenth century, cut glass became popular. Crystal-like in appearance and very reflective, cut glass was used for dishes and vases, as well as exquisite glass chandeliers.
The paragraph above should not
A. include a reference to the Hall of Mirrors because it is irrelevant to the subject.
B. be included in the passage because it detracts from the topic.
C. include the last two sentences because they belong in a separate paragraph.
D. begin with a prepositional phrase because it is incorrect.
E. fail to further explain the process of making cut glass.