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Economists [#permalink] New post 02 Jun 2004, 20:16
Many economists maintain that it is the price levels for services, rather rhan supply and demand, that most clearly reflect consumer attitudes towards inflation.

a.

b. price levels for services, rather than supply and demand, most clearly reflects consumer attitudes toeards inflation

c. rather than supply and demand, consumer attitudes toward inflation are most clearly reflected by price levels for services

d. price levels for services most clearly reflect consumer attitudes towards inflation, rather than supply and demand

e. the clearest reflection of consumer attitudes toward inflation are price levels for services rather than supply and demand
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Re: Economists [#permalink] New post 02 Jun 2004, 20:25
Bhai wrote:
Many economists maintain that it is the price levels for services, rather rhan supply and demand, that most clearly reflect consumer attitudes towards inflation.

a.

b. price levels for services, rather than supply and demand, most clearly reflects consumer attitudes toeards inflation

c. rather than supply and demand, consumer attitudes toward inflation are most clearly reflected by price levels for services

d. price levels for services most clearly reflect consumer attitudes towards inflation, rather than supply and demand

e. the clearest reflection of consumer attitudes toward inflation are price levels for services rather than supply and demand


a.it is the price levels for services, rather rhan supply and demand, that most clearly reflect consumer attitudes towards inflation.

reduntant parts in this are highlighted.

b. price levels for services, rather than supply and demand, most clearly reflects consumer attitudes toeards inflation

best choice.

c. rather than supply and demand, consumer attitudes toward inflation are most clearly reflected by price levels for services

incorrect .. awkward construction.

d. price levels for services most clearly reflect consumer attitudes towards inflation, rather than supply and demand

incorrect .. awkward construction. <noun phrase> + rather than + <noun phrase>

e. the clearest reflection of consumer attitudes toward inflation are price levels for services rather than supply and demand

subject and verb does not agree.
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 [#permalink] New post 02 Jun 2004, 20:27
syamee_u,

price levels and reflects does not hold good in choice b. Give it another shot
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 [#permalink] New post 02 Jun 2004, 21:10
yes ,

you r right bhai.

then A is only left.

which is best among the choices.

what is OA??
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 [#permalink] New post 02 Jun 2004, 23:39
A sounds fine.
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 [#permalink] New post 03 Jun 2004, 06:11
Hi Bhai,

All answers have problems. Are you sute you have made no typo in this problem ?

(A) has least number of problems.

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 [#permalink] New post 03 Jun 2004, 11:01
anandnk wrote:
Hi Bhai,

All answers have problems. Are you sute you have made no typo in this problem ?

(A) has least number of problems.

Anand.


Well anandnk I am not a typing type of person. As I said my JPEG's were not getting loaded since my limit was reached. I will not waste time correcting my typos, if any, but will load the file. Praet got the issue fixed. Bear with me till this evening.

I was just desperate to share these questions with the club.
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 [#permalink] New post 03 Jun 2004, 16:35
anandnk wrote:
Hi Bhai,

All answers have problems. Are you sute you have made no typo in this problem ?

(A) has least number of problems.

Anand.


A final answer
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