Q. 124.3( 6 Votes )
In villages, people use wood as fuel because:
A. it is considered to be an ideal fuel.
B. of its easy availability and low cost.
C. it is environment friendly.
D. it catches fire easily.
In villages, there is lack of resources. But, wood is present in bulk. So, using wood as a source of fuel is considered to be economical as it is easily available and economical.
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