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Although the term “low-fat” is used by nutritionists and dieticians to describe a food item that meets any of a wide variety of criteria, legally it is a product that is scientifically verified to contain less than three grams of fat per serving.

(A) it is a product that is
(B) it refers to a product that is
(C) it is in reference to products
(D) it is a product
(E) they are products that are
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Re: low fat [#permalink] New post 28 Oct 2009, 11:28
'low fat' is not a product rather a term which refers to a product...blah blah.

(A) it is a product that is -> low fat is not a product (Incorrect)
(B) it refers to a product that is ->correct
(C) it is in reference to products ->awkward
(D) it is a product -> (Incorrect) same reason as in option A
(E) they are products that are ->subject-verb agreement(Incorrect)


so correct ans is B
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Re: low fat [#permalink] New post 28 Oct 2009, 18:30
Yes, B is correct.
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Re: low fat [#permalink] New post 30 Oct 2009, 09:31
Ok for B :)
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Re: low fat [#permalink] New post 17 Nov 2009, 09:12
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Choice B. A term cannot be a product; it can, however, refer to one.
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Re: low fat [#permalink] New post 23 Dec 2009, 22:13
B looks good... rather sounds good to me.
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Re: low fat [#permalink] New post 24 Dec 2009, 06:10
The correct answer is B, it refers to the term "low-fat", which is not a product.
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Re: low fat [#permalink] New post 15 Feb 2010, 03:06
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'low fat' is not a product rather a term which refers to a product...blah blah.

(A) it is a product that is -> low fat is not a product (Incorrect)
(B) it refers to a product that is ->correct
(C) it is in reference to products ->awkward
(D) it is a product -> (Incorrect) same reason as in option A
(E) they are products that are ->subject-verb agreement(Incorrect)


so correct ans is B


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