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Rules adopted by the Federal Communications Commission requires that every fax transmission include a header or a footer identifying the sender of the message and that the telephone number of origin be included as well.
(A) requires that every fax transmission include a header or a footer identifying the sender of the message and that the telephone number of origin be included as well
(B) require that every fax transmission include a header or a footer identifying the sender of the message and that the telephone number of origin be included as well
(C) requires every fax transmission include a header or a footer identifying the sender of the message and the telephone number of origin as well
(D) require that every fax transmission include a header or a footer with the identification of the sender of the message and the telephone number of origin
(E) require that every fax transmission include a header or a footer with the identity of the sender of the message and the telephone number of origin
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 [#permalink] New post 20 Feb 2005, 16:35
(E) it is.

Subjunctive mood.

(A), (B), (C): out: simultaneously using "and" and "as well"
(C): "and the telephone number of origin as well" : verb is missing.
(D): i guess it skews the actual meaning. We can include identity alongwith header and footer but not identity. I hope I am right. :lol:
"include a header or a footer with the identity of the sender" seems better than "include a header or a footer with the identification of the sender"
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Re: SC - Rules adopted by the Federal Communications Commiss [#permalink] New post 20 Feb 2005, 18:48
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Rules adopted by the Federal Communications Commission requires that every fax transmission include a header or a footer identifying the sender of the message and that the telephone number of origin be included as well.
(A) requires that every fax transmission include a header or a footer identifying the sender of the message and that the telephone number of origin be included as well
(B) require that every fax transmission include a header or a footer identifying the sender of the message and that the telephone number of origin be included as well
(C) requires every fax transmission include a header or a footer identifying the sender of the message and the telephone number of origin as well
(D) require that every fax transmission include a header or a footer with the identification of the sender of the message and the telephone number of origin
(E) require that every fax transmission include a header or a footer with the identity of the sender of the message and the telephone number of origin


I go with B.
D, E are inappropriate.

identification of the sender of the message and the telephone number of origin is ambiguous.

identification (of the sender of the message and the telephone number of origin ) or (identification of the sender of the message) and (the telephone number of origin ) who knows?

Besids "with" pharse seems modify require.

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 [#permalink] New post 21 Feb 2005, 06:58
...require that every fax transmission include a header or a footer with the identity of the sender of the message and the telephone number of origin....

"And" is used to join these two portions...

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Will you please tell me what is wrong with (E)?
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 [#permalink] New post 21 Feb 2005, 08:51
E.

identification,I think is process of identifying so doesnt go well in D.
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Re: SC - Rules adopted by the Federal Communications Commiss [#permalink] New post 21 Feb 2005, 09:20
qhoc0010 wrote:
Rules adopted by the Federal Communications Commission requires that every fax transmission include a header or a footer identifying the sender of the message and that the telephone number of origin be included as well.
(A) requires that every fax transmission include a header or a footer identifying the sender of the message and that the telephone number of origin be included as well
(B) require that every fax transmission include a header or a footer identifying the sender of the message and that the telephone number of origin be included as well
(C) requires every fax transmission include a header or a footer identifying the sender of the message and the telephone number of origin as well
(D) require that every fax transmission include a header or a footer with the identification of the sender of the message and the telephone number of origin
(E) require that every fax transmission include a header or a footer with the identity of the sender of the message and the telephone number of origin


Initially we have to work with the plural rules telling us that we need a plural form of the verb require. So A and C are automatically out. Leaving B, D and E. In B the second use of that is redundant and wordy, along with the as well at the end of the sentence, we know it must be there as well, because the included indicates this. As for D and E, my initial response would be that the answer must be E because identity is concrete. An identity is a name. But identification could be a number of attributes, name, address, height, weight, etc. I would go with E.
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 [#permalink] New post 21 Feb 2005, 09:37
"B"....bet "B", D and E....header or footer should identify the sender, D and E seem to be saying that there is no link between header or footer and the identity of the sender. Agree "B" is not a gr8 choice either.
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 [#permalink] New post 21 Feb 2005, 19:47
OA is (E)
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 [#permalink] New post 25 Feb 2005, 23:21
Oh

could somebody explain why not B or D more explicitly?
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 [#permalink] New post 26 Feb 2005, 12:29
Some one please let us know the explanation.....Why E ?
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 [#permalink] New post 26 Feb 2005, 12:34
jpv:

You have written that E is subjunctive.

As I understand since "that" is preceding the underlined part of the sentence to be corrected did you come to a conclusion it is subjunctive?

If so why not "identification" instead of "identify"?

Please elucidate
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 [#permalink] New post 26 Feb 2005, 19:27
gmat2me2 wrote:
As I understand since "that" is preceding the underlined part of the sentence to be corrected did you come to a conclusion it is subjunctive?


:yes There is a nice discussion on Subjunctive mood in this thread. I guess, it answers ur question.
http://www.gmatclub.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?p=85235

gmat2me2 wrote:
If so why not "identification" instead of "identify"?

I dont whether I got ur question correctly.. :roll:

idenity/identification has nothing to do with sunjuctive. Both are GRAMMATICALLY correct in this sentence but there meaning is slightly different.
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 [#permalink] New post 26 Feb 2005, 20:53
jpv:


Thanks for the link and also your description. I think that should solve my problem. Initially was confused with the subjunctive mood stuff....

Thanks anyways though
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