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jenny kwon

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Transcript of Unit1.


Unit1. 주제문 찾기1
3. 주어진 글 다음에 이어질 글의 순서로 가장 적절한 것은?
(A) Deep Blue could analyze 200 million chess moves every second. Still, after the first five games of the match, Kasparov and the computer were tied with one win each and three draws.
World chess champion Garry Kasparov ruled his sport for decades but lost one of the most publicized games in history, against an IBM computer in a dramatic matchup of man against machine.
(B) In his whole life, Kasparov's most famous matchup came in 1997, when he agreed to play a six-game match in New York against Deep Blue, a chess supercomputer
[was built/built]
by IBM.
(C) In the sixth and deciding match, however, Deep Blue destroyed Kasparov, defeating the champion in only nineteen moves. This match was widely seen as a symbol of the increasing power and sophistication of computer technology in the late twentieth century.
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