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Red-light cameras, originally implemented in an attempt at increasing the safety of intersections, have been precisely the opposite: drivers are afraid of expensive citations and often brake suddenly as they approach camera-equipped intersections, so they cause rear-end accidents.


1) in an attempt at increasing the safety of intersections, have been precisely the opposite: drivers are afraid of expensive citations and often brake suddenly as they approach camera-equipped intersections, so they cause

2) while attempting to increase safety at intersections, have had a precisely opposite effect: drivers, who are afraid of expensive citations, often brake suddenly as they approach camera-equipped intersections, thus causing

3) in attempting to increase safety in intersections, have precisely had the opposite effect: drivers fear expensive citations, approach camera-equipped intersections, often brake suddenly, and cause

4) as attempts to increase intersections' safety, are precisely the opposite: afraid of expensive citations, drivers approach camera-equipped intersections and brake suddenly, thus causing

5) in an attempt to increase safety at intersections, have had precisely the opposite effect: fearing expensive citations, drivers approaching camera-equipped intersections often brake suddenly, causing

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In the OA E, what follows after colon is not a complete sentence.. I know that what follows colon is used to describe what precedes it.
So my question is if it doesn't matter for what follows a colon to have a clause with a subject and a verb..

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I posted this Question in the general forum..
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Red-light cameras, originally implemented in an attempt at increasing the safety of intersections, have been precisely the opposite: drivers are afraid of expensive citations and often brake suddenly as they approach camera-equipped intersections, so they cause rear-end accidents.


in an attempt at increasing the safety of intersections, have been precisely the opposite: drivers are afraid of expensive citations and often brake suddenly as they approach camera-equipped intersections, so they cause

while attempting to increase safety at intersections, have had a precisely opposite effect: drivers, who are afraid of expensive citations, often brake suddenly as they approach camera-equipped intersections, thus causing

in attempting to increase safety in intersections, have precisely had the opposite effect: drivers fear expensive citations, approach camera-equipped intersections, often brake suddenly, and cause

as attempts to increase intersections' safety, are precisely the opposite: afraid of expensive citations, drivers approach camera-equipped intersections and brake suddenly, thus causing

in an attempt to increase safety at intersections, have had precisely the opposite effect: fearing expensive citations, drivers approaching camera-equipped intersections often brake suddenly, causing

[Reveal] Spoiler:
In the OA E, what follows after colon is not a complete sentence.. I know that what follows colon is used to describe what precedes it.
So my question is if it doesn't matter for what follows a colon to have a clause with a subject and a verb..


Fearing expensive citations, drivers approaching camera-equipped intersections often brake suddenly, causing rear-end accidents.

Why is this not a complete sentence ? Subject: drivers ; Verb: brake.. yes?
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Sachin9 wrote:
Red-light cameras, originally implemented in an attempt at increasing the safety of intersections, have been precisely the opposite: drivers are afraid of expensive citations and often brake suddenly as they approach camera-equipped intersections, so they cause rear-end accidents.


1) in an attempt at increasing the safety of intersections, have been precisely the opposite: drivers are afraid of expensive citations and often brake suddenly as they approach camera-equipped intersections, so they cause

2) while attempting to increase safety at intersections, have had a precisely opposite effect: drivers, who are afraid of expensive citations, often brake suddenly as they approach camera-equipped intersections, thus causing

3) in attempting to increase safety in intersections, have precisely had the opposite effect: drivers fear expensive citations, approach camera-equipped intersections, often brake suddenly, and cause

4) as attempts to increase intersections' safety, are precisely the opposite: afraid of expensive citations, drivers approach camera-equipped intersections and brake suddenly, thus causing

5) in an attempt to increase safety at intersections, have had precisely the opposite effect: fearing expensive citations, drivers approaching camera-equipped intersections often brake suddenly, causing

[Reveal] Spoiler:
In the OA E, what follows after colon is not a complete sentence.. I know that what follows colon is used to describe what precedes it.
So my question is if it doesn't matter for what follows a colon to have a clause with a subject and a verb..


no because the phrase is an incidental phrase that often modifies what there is before the colon.

As such, only seeing what is in red and in bold you can achive the right answer in something about 20 seconds

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Sachin9 wrote:
Red-light cameras, originally implemented in an attempt at increasing the safety of intersections, have been precisely the opposite: drivers are afraid of expensive citations and often brake suddenly as they approach camera-equipped intersections, so they cause rear-end accidents.


in an attempt at increasing the safety of intersections, have been precisely the opposite: drivers are afraid of expensive citations and often brake suddenly as they approach camera-equipped intersections, so they cause

while attempting to increase safety at intersections, have had a precisely opposite effect: drivers, who are afraid of expensive citations, often brake suddenly as they approach camera-equipped intersections, thus causing

in attempting to increase safety in intersections, have precisely had the opposite effect: drivers fear expensive citations, approach camera-equipped intersections, often brake suddenly, and cause

as attempts to increase intersections' safety, are precisely the opposite: afraid of expensive citations, drivers approach camera-equipped intersections and brake suddenly, thus causing

in an attempt to increase safety at intersections, have had precisely the opposite effect: fearing expensive citations, drivers approaching camera-equipped intersections often brake suddenly, causing

[Reveal] Spoiler:
In the OA E, what follows after colon is not a complete sentence.. I know that what follows colon is used to describe what precedes it.
So my question is if it doesn't matter for what follows a colon to have a clause with a subject and a verb..


Fearing expensive citations, drivers approaching camera-equipped intersections often brake suddenly, causing rear-end accidents.

Why is this not a complete sentence ? Subject: drivers ; Verb: brake.. yes?


u r right.. brake is indeed teh verb.. missed seeing that.. hope I don't commit such a horrendous mistake on my GMAT.
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