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Complete the flow chart with the names of the steps involved in the processing of cotton bolls.
Cotton bolls Step 1−− Fibre Step 2−− Yarn Step 3−− Cotton fabric

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Step 1 - Spinnning/Knitting
Step 2 - Weaving
Step 3 - Ginning
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Step 1 - Ginning
Step 2 - Spinning
Step 3 - Weaving/Knitting
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Step1- Spinning/Ginning
Step 2- Knitting
Step 3 - Weaving
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Step 1 - Weaving
Step 2 - Spinning/Knitting
Step 3 - Ginning
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The correct option is B Step 1 - Ginning
Step 2 - Spinning
Step 3 - Weaving/Knitting
<!--td {border: 1px solid #ccc;}br {mso-data-placement:same-cell;}--> The first step of processing cotton fibre is ginning wherein the cotton fibres are separated from the cotton seeds.
The second step involved in the processing of cotton fibres is spinning. In this process, fibres from a mass of cotton wool are drawn out and twisted to form cotton yarns.
The final step involved in the processing of cotton fibres is to make fabric out of yarns. Weaving and knitting are the two process which can be used to make fabric from yarns.
Weaving is a process of arranging two sets of yarns together to make a fabric whereas knitting is the process in which a single yarn gets pulled out continously to form a fabric.

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