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A recent study indicates that the powerful effects of random reinforcement, as evidenced by the multi-million dollar collectible card game industry, is no longer limited to casinos, test subjects and stock market investors

A. ....
B. No longer limited to casino patrons, test subjects and stock market investors, as evidenced by the multi-million dollar collectible card game industry, are the powerful effects of random reinforcement as indicated by a recent study
C. As evidenced by the multi-million dollar collectible card game industry, a recent study indicates that the powerful effects of random reinforcement are no longer limited to casinos, test subjects and stock market investors
D. A recent study indicates that the powerful effects of random reinforcement, as evidenced by the multi-million dollar card game industry, are no longer limited to casino patrons, test subjects and stock market investors
E. A recent study indicates that the powerful effects of random reinforcement, as evidenced by the multi-million dollar collectible card game industry, is no longer limited to casino patrons, test subjects and stock market investors

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Answer should be D...as "are no longer" is correct not "is no longer"...so can cancel Option A,E....Dangling modifier in option B...In Option C ...."Casino" should be "casino patrons".....So only option D left
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A recent study indicates that the powerful effects of random reinforcement, as evidenced by the multi-million dollar collectible card game industry, is no longer limited to casinos, test subjects and stock market investors

A. ....
B. No longer limited to casino patrons, test subjects and stock market investors, as evidenced by the multi-million dollar collectible card game industry, are the powerful effects of random reinforcement as indicated by a recent study
C. As evidenced by the multi-million dollar collectible card game industry, a recent study indicates that the powerful effects of random reinforcement are no longer limited to casinos, test subjects and stock market investors
D. A recent study indicates that the powerful effects of random reinforcement, as evidenced by the multi-million dollar card game industry, are no longer limited to casino patrons, test subjects and stock market investors
E. A recent study indicates that the powerful effects of random reinforcement, as evidenced by the multi-million dollar collectible card game industry, is no longer limited to casino patrons, test subjects and stock market investors

Discussion please

OA to be revealed later

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A. A recent study indicates that the powerful effects of random reinforcement, as evidenced by the multi-million dollar collectible card game industry, is no longer limited to casinos, test subjects and stock market investors
Subject-verb Problem
B. No longer limited to casino patrons, test subjects and stock market investors, as evidenced by the multi-million dollar collectible card game industry, are the powerful effects of random reinforcement as indicated by a recent study
"as evidenced" AND "as indicated by a recent study" repeat the concept, making the sentence unclear.
C. As evidenced by the multi-million dollar collectible card game industry, a recent study indicates that the powerful effects of random reinforcement are no longer limited to casinos, test subjects and stock market investors
The structure is not clear. It seems that " the multi-million dollar collectible card game industry" made the study ...
D. A recent study indicates that the powerful effects of random reinforcement, as evidenced by the multi-million dollar card game industry, are no longer limited to casino patrons, test subjects and stock market investors
IMO D
E. A recent study indicates that the powerful effects of random reinforcement, as evidenced by the multi-million dollar collectible card game industry, is no longer limited to casino patrons, test subjects and stock market investors
Same as A
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it has to be D :A recent study indicates that the powerful effects of random reinforcement, as evidenced by the multi-million dollar card game industry, are no longer limited to casino patrons, test subjects and stock market investors
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Answer should be D...as "are no longer" is correct not "is no longer"...so can cancel Option A,E....Dangling modifier in option B...In Option C ...."Casino" should be "casino patrons".....So only option D left
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A recent study indicates that the powerful effects of random reinforcement, as evidenced by the multi-million dollar collectible card game industry, is no longer limited to casinos, test subjects and stock market investors

A. ....
B. No longer limited to casino patrons, test subjects and stock market investors, as evidenced by the multi-million dollar collectible card game industry, are the powerful effects of random reinforcement as indicated by a recent study
C. As evidenced by the multi-million dollar collectible card game industry, a recent study indicates that the powerful effects of random reinforcement are no longer limited to casinos, test subjects and stock market investors
D. A recent study indicates that the powerful effects of random reinforcement, as evidenced by the multi-million dollar card game industry, are no longer limited to casino patrons, test subjects and stock market investors
E. A recent study indicates that the powerful effects of random reinforcement, as evidenced by the multi-million dollar collectible card game industry, is no longer limited to casino patrons, test subjects and stock market investors

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It should be D D. A recent study indicates that the powerful effects of random reinforcement, as evidenced by the multi-million dollar card game industry, are no longer limited to casino patrons, test subjects and stock market investors
makes more meaning sense
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A. A recent study indicates that the powerful effects of random reinforcement, as evidenced by the multi-million dollar collectible card game industry, is no longer limited to casinos, test subjects and stock market investors
Subject-verb Problem
B. No longer limited to casino patrons, test subjects and stock market investors, as evidenced by the multi-million dollar collectible card game industry, are the powerful effects of random reinforcement as indicated by a recent study
"as evidenced" AND "as indicated by a recent study" repeat the concept, making the sentence unclear.
C. As evidenced by the multi-million dollar collectible card game industry, a recent study indicates that the powerful effects of random reinforcement are no longer limited to casinos, test subjects and stock market investors
The structure is not clear. It seems that " the multi-million dollar collectible card game industry" made the study ...
D. A recent study indicates that the powerful effects of random reinforcement, as evidenced by the multi-million dollar card game industry, are no longer limited to casino patrons, test subjects and stock market investors
IMO D
E. A recent study indicates that the powerful effects of random reinforcement, as evidenced by the multi-million dollar collectible card game industry, is no longer limited to casino patrons, test subjects and stock market investors
Same as A


Good one mate. +1 to you. I really like your approach of just not assessing one particular answer. As it is more important to know why other answer choices are incorrect than just knowing why 1 answer choice is correct. I pretty much work on same approach. I think it is the best way to ace SC - cos analyzing every answer choices gives us chance to know probable errors, hone our SC error identifying skills, and lastly we get doubly sure of our chosen answer...

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A recent study indicates that the powerful effects of random reinforcement, as evidenced by the multi-million dollar collectible card game industry, is no longer limited to casinos, test subjects and stock market investors

A. ....
B. No longer limited to casino patrons, test subjects and stock market investors, as evidenced by the multi-million dollar collectible card game industry, are the powerful effects of random reinforcement as indicated by a recent study
C. As evidenced by the multi-million dollar collectible card game industry, a recent study indicates that the powerful effects of random reinforcement are no longer limited to casinos, test subjects and stock market investors
D. A recent study indicates that the powerful effects of random reinforcement, as evidenced by the multi-million dollar card game industry, are no longer limited to casino patrons, test subjects and stock market investors
E. A recent study indicates that the powerful effects of random reinforcement, as evidenced by the multi-million dollar collectible card game industry, is no longer limited to casino patrons, test subjects and stock market investors
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