It invites the quiztaker to select the best answer, to accommodate some "I know what you're asking for" logic and to do it in a way that's described by the looseness of the directions. It provides a useful freedom that isn't provided by a strict interpretation of answers as correct, or completely correct.
Of course it doesn't stop nitpicky arguments, but it does provide an accurate and flexible instruction that's more useful than if it invited more strictness, and I prefer it.
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