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Which statement describes logical volumes?
A. May consist of interleaved physical disks
B. May be a partition of a larger physical disk
C. May be presented to a host as several larger physical disks
D. May consist of several file systems

I think D because logical volumes can be created many and it can be NTFS or FAT..

There is no such interleaved physical disk/ Logical Volume is partition of physical disk but third is wrong how a disk be presented host, It can be however be D because it makes many file system since if you create a logical disk it can be turned to FAT or NTFS.
Yes it can be a partition of
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D - is the only one which makes any sense
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The answer is B.

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Just to add when partitioning a drive you can make it a logical drive, that also means it can also belong to a large physical disk. I accept correction on this as well.
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Thanx both b,d are right
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