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Having One of the highest melting points of all the chemical elements, tungsten is used in temperature - dependent products such as light bulb filaments so adaptable that it is also used to make wedding bands.

A. filaments so adaptable
B. filaments being so adaptable
C. filaments, yet being so adaptable
D. filaments, and so adaptable
E. filaments yet is so adaptable

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Re: Having One of the highest melting points of all the chemical [#permalink] New post 24 Mar 2013, 06:32
it has to be E :filaments yet is so adaptable
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Re: Having One of the highest melting points of all the chemical [#permalink] New post 24 Mar 2013, 06:35
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Having One of the highest melting points of all the chemical elements, tungsten is used in temperature - dependent products such as light bulb filaments so adaptable that it is also used to make wedding bands.

A. filaments so adaptable ( that is used... )
The subject of the last part becomes the filaments, and not the substance.
B. filaments being so adaptable
"Being" is simply wrong
C. filaments, yet being so adaptable
The comma is wrong, and once more "being" makes the sentence unclear
D. filaments, and so adaptable
"and" does not create the right structure in the passage. We are looking for a contraposition
E. filaments yet is so adaptable
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Re: Having One of the highest melting points of all the chemical [#permalink] New post 28 Mar 2013, 13:45
Thnx fr the discussion posted the OA
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Re: Having One of the highest melting points of all the chemical [#permalink] New post 31 Jul 2014, 13:04
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