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Officials at the United States Mint believe that the Sacagawea dollar coin will be used more as a substitute for four quarters rather than for the dollar bill because its weight, only 8.1 grams, is far less than four quarters, which weight 5.67 grams each.

(2) more as a substitute for four quarters than the dollar bill b/c it weighs only 8.1 grams, far lighter than
(3) as a substitute for four quarters more than for the dollar bill b/c it weighs only 8.1 grams, far less than
(4) as a substitute for four quarters more than the dollar bill b/c its weight of only 8.1 grams is far lighter than it is for
(5) as a substitute more for four quarters rather than for the dollar bill b/c its weight, only 8.1 grams, is far less than it is for
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Re: SC_Gmat Prep_Sacagawea Dollar [#permalink] New post 27 Jan 2007, 01:58
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Officials at the United States Mint believe that the Sacagawea dollar coin will be used more as a substitute for four quarters rather than for the dollar bill because its weight, only 8.1 grams, is far less than four quarters, which weight 5.67 grams each.

wrong comparision of weight with four quarters in A

(2) more as a substitute for four quarters than the dollar bill b/c it weighs only 8.1 grams, far lighter than
for missing before dollar and I believe less is more appropriate here than lighter.
(3) as a substitute for four quarters more than for the dollar bill b/c it weighs only 8.1 grams, far less than
(4) as a substitute for four quarters more than the dollar bill b/c its weight of only 8.1 grams is far lighter than it is for
(5) as a substitute more for four quarters rather than for the dollar bill b/c its weight, only 8.1 grams, is far less than it is for


In D and E beside other mistakes, no clear reference for it.
Re: SC_Gmat Prep_Sacagawea Dollar   [#permalink] 27 Jan 2007, 01:58
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