The concept of "contained in" refers to information that has been incorporated into a new document with the addition of complementary and cohesive information. This means that a certain piece of information was extracted from a document and introduced in another document that starts to tell it, in an organized and authorized way, as shown in the question above.
The concept of "contained in" includes No additional interpretation or analysis is needed, to determine the classification of the information. It is normally incorporated into new document. . Classified information is normally extracted from an authorized source into a new document.
The answer is b (contained in)
Explanation:Derivative Classification refers to the process of restating in a different and often new form previously classified information, and ensuring the newly outcome (material) is consistent with the previous original information and contains the source markings .
In the example given above ,option b is more suitable because the new outcome which is 40,000 is a part of the source marking ,we derive the figure based on the source .
Therefore we say ,it is contained in the source
Option d is incorrect because classification by compilation involves taking two unclassified information and merging together .
The concept used is Contained in.
Derivative classification can be defined as the process of making use of an existing classified information and restating in a new form and creating a new material which should be consistent with the classification markings on the previous information with the source markings present.
Therefore, the new outcome of 40,000 is contained in the source markings, The figure part is derived from the source. 'Contained in' shows that their is no additional interpretation needed in order to classify the information.
Hence, the answer is Contained in the source.