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Prime lending rates [#permalink] New post 26 Sep 2006, 17:16
Hey

I've encountered this q in powerprep, but cudnt reason the answe even after a lot of brain scratching. Could you all help me out.. :?:

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 [#permalink] New post 26 Sep 2006, 21:07
I dont know if the marked answer is the OA but that certainly looks right when compared to the others.

I think this is (B).(B) says tied to the prime are interest rates not only on x ...... but also on y.

Point to remember is the sentence structure after not only must match the sentence structure after but also.

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Thanks a lot dude...I can see the answer now..
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 [#permalink] New post 29 Sep 2006, 08:21
sangarelli wrote:
I dont know if the marked answer is the OA but that certainly looks right when compared to the others.

I think this is (B).(B) says tied to the prime are interest rates not only on x ...... but also on y.

Point to remember is the sentence structure after not only must match the sentence structure after but also.

Additionally, the colon (:) is used here to define. tied to the prime...
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