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    im doing a geography a level at home, but the textbook i was told to buy has loads of outdated information.

    it was printed in 2008, and constantly supplies figures which are now expired. for example, that "the number of countries producing power from geothermal electricity could rise from 21 in 2000 to 46 in 2010".

    some are even worse, quoting figures from 2004 which are probably no longer relevant!! i have no idea what to do. i dont have time to spend hours on the internet looking up all the updated information.

    if you're at school doing geography, what does your teacher tell you to do? is it still valid to mention in an essay the circumstances in 2004 if they are different now? AHHHH
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