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this is ADSA 2009 Q and the answer shows "C"

Q) The longest cusp in the mouth is present on the
  1. maxillary central incisor.
  2. mandibular lateral incisor.
  3. maxillary canine.
  4. mandibular canine.
 

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Is there Anyone that this answer is wrong?
this is ADSA 2009 Q and the answer shows "C"


Q) The longest cusp in the mouth is present on the
  1. maxillary central incisor.
  2. mandibular lateral incisor.
  3. maxillary canine.
  4. mandibular canine.
is this question from ASDA testlet- N ? could u plz share testlet N plz?
thank you
 
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It's mandibular canine..
2nd largest crown- maxillary central incisor
3rd is maxillary canine..
(longest root and overall longer tooth -- maxillary canine)


Is there Anyone that this answer is wrong?
this is ADSA 2009 Q and the answer shows "C"

Q) The longest cusp in the mouth is present on the
  1. maxillary central incisor.
  2. mandibular lateral incisor.
  3. maxillary canine.
  4. mandibular canine.
 

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Is there Anyone that this answer is wrong?
this is ADSA 2009 Q and the answer shows "C"

Q) The longest cusp in the mouth is present on the
  1. maxillary central incisor.
  2. mandibular lateral incisor.
  3. maxillary canine.
  4. mandibular canine.
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What abt this idea?

The Q is asking the longest cusp..NOT longest crown length.

I mean that the cusp ridge of canines(MCR and DCR) seems like the cusp length of the canine..

In other words, the longest cusp length might be a mesiodostal dimension of the canine.
IF it is, then the answer is MAXILLARY CANINE.

Pls correct me if im wrong~
HELP PLS!!!