SC3-15 : GMAT Sentence Correction (SC)
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06 Jun 2004, 17:17
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07 Jun 2004, 00:41
D it is.

The other choices use "as well as" incorrectly.
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07 Jun 2004, 07:13
ob wrote:
D it is.

The other choices use "as well as" incorrectly.

D is the OA but I am not sure about the semicolon there. Any advice. I read that is should come when the two clauses are independent. The second clause here has a pronoun which makes it dependent. I guess.
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07 Jun 2004, 07:37
the pronoun "it" is a substitute for the former sentence's subject "molybdenum". You obviously need a subject in the second sentence as well and the use of a pronoun is fine.
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