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Because of the enormous research and development [#permalink] New post 08 Sep 2006, 02:13
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Because of the enormous research and development expenditures required to survive in the electronics industry, an industry marked by rapid innovation and volatile demand, such firms tend to be very large.

(A) to survive
(B) of firms to survive
(C) for surviving
(D) for survival
(E) for firms’ survival
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Re: SC: required to / of/ for [#permalink] New post 08 Sep 2006, 02:47
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Because of the enormous research and development expenditures required to survive in the electronics industry, an industry marked by rapid innovation and volatile demand, such firms tend to be very large.

(A) to survive
(B) of firms to survive
(C) for surviving
(D) for survival
(E) for firms’ survival


"Such firms" need a mention of "firms" in the sentence. Only B has that.
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 [#permalink] New post 08 Sep 2006, 02:44
1. Somebody/something is required to do somthing
2. Somethin is required of somebody/something to do something..

This is my theory...so should be B
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 [#permalink] New post 08 Sep 2006, 15:13
Let's deconstruct the sentence :

1. "Because of the enormous research and development expenditures required to survive in the electronics industry" (an adverbial clause)


2. "an industry marked by rapid innovation and volatile demand"(appositive for electronics industry)

3. "such (a modifier/qualifier for "firms", the subject of the sentence) firms tend to be very large".

Does the subject - "such firms" - refer to any firms mentioned before ? No, so we need to include that.


(B) is the answer.
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 [#permalink] New post 08 Sep 2006, 19:21
Thats a wonderful analysis :)
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Re: SC: required to / of/ for [#permalink] New post 08 Sep 2006, 20:02
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ak_idc wrote:
"Such firms" need a mention of "firms" in the sentence. Only B has that.


Thats the only reason. This must be B.


OK, but what if 'such' is not used, then what will be the correct answer?
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Re: Because of the enormous research and development [#permalink] New post 30 Dec 2012, 12:53
A – last part of the sentence refers to a firms. We need to find a sentence where “firms” is clearly stated. Eliminate
B – Keep
C – No reference to firms. Eliminate
D – same as C
E – "firms' survival" is possesive and "such firms" can't refer back to it.
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Re: Because of the enormous research and development [#permalink] New post 02 Jun 2015, 12:41
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