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In a four stroke cycle petrol engine, the expansion

A. Starts at top dead centre and ends at bottom dead centre

B. Starts at 30° before top dead centre and ends at 50° before bottom dead centre

C. Starts at 30° after top dead centre and ends at 50° after bottom dead centre

D. May start and end anywhere

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