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(CNN) – With no physical evidence of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 in the 11 days since its disappearance, investigators have been forced to rely on things like pings, signals and radar to figure out what could have happened to the plane and where it may have ended up.
But what's become evident in the midst of this mess is that the technology used to track the tens of thousands of planes that take to the sky everyday, can only reveal so much.
CNN's Tom Foreman walks through the different scenarios that may have played out.
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The Lead with Jake Tapper draws not only on Tapper’s deep knowledge of politics and national issues, but also seeks to examine and advance stories across a wide range of topics that demonstrate his own curiosities and interests. Compelling headlines come from around the country and the globe, from politics to money, sports to popular culture, based on news drivers of the day.
The Lead with Jake Tapper airs weekdays at 4 p.m. ET.
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