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The abdomen of an insect is

$\begin{array}{1 1} \text{a)connected to the wings} \\ \text{ b)largest part of the insect} \\ \text{ c)helps the insect fly} \\ \text{ d)helps in reproduction} \end{array}$

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The thorax is the middle part of an insect's body. Many insects have wings that are attached to the thorax. Behind the thorax is the abdomen. It is usually the largest part of an insect.In most insects, the junction between thorax and abdomen is broad, but in some groups, the junction is very narrow (petiolate) giving the appearance of a "wasp-waist"
answered Feb 11 by priyanka.c