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Consider the following statements:

1. Amakantak Hills are at the confluence of Vindhya and Sahyadri Ranges.
2. Biligirirangan Hills constitute the easternmost part of Satpura Range.
3. Seshachalam Hills constitute the southernmost part of Western Ghats.

How many of the statements given above are correct?
(a) Only one
(b) Only two
(c) All three
(d) None



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Statement 1: Amarkantak Hills are at the confluence of Vindhya and Satpura Ranges, not Sahyadri (Western Ghats) Range. So, statement 1 is incorrect.

Statement 2: Biligirirangan Hills are not part of the Satpura Range. They are located in Karnataka, India, and are a part of the Eastern Ghats. So, statement 2 is incorrect.

Statement 3: Seshachalam Hills, also known as Tirumala Hills, are part of the Eastern Ghats in Andhra Pradesh, India. They are not the southernmost part of the Western Ghats. So, statement 3 is incorrect.


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