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The last pages of the September 1999 publication The Code

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The last pages of the September 1999 publication The Code Book comprised a brain-teaser called "The Cipher Challenge" because they were written as an extremely complex puzzle, with ten encrypted messages, in up to six languages each, were decipherable only by the most advanced code-breakers.

(A) puzzle, with ten encrypted messages, in up to six languages each, were
(B) puzzle, with ten encrypted messages, in up to six languages each,
(C) puzzle of ten encrypted messages in up to six languages, each that had been
(D) puzzle of ten encrypted messages in up to six languages and with each
(E) puzzle of ten encrypted messages in up to six languages, each had been

Any clear explanations of the above, please?
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Re: The last pages of the September 1999 publication [#permalink] New post 25 Jul 2010, 03:10
clearly I had to choose between A and B..
ya B for me ..
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Re: The last pages of the September 1999 publication The Code [#permalink] New post 22 Mar 2014, 08:55
Thing with this one is that each is ambiguous. It can refer either to the texts or to the languages. That's why B is the best answer choice here

Please use the freaking underline!! :lol:

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Re: The last pages of the September 1999 publication The Code [#permalink] New post 27 Mar 2014, 01:58
gmatbull wrote:
The last pages of the September 1999 publication The Code Book comprised a brain-teaser called "The Cipher Challenge" because they were written as an extremely complex puzzle, with ten encrypted messages, in up to six languages each, were decipherable only by the most advanced code-breakers.

(A) puzzle, with ten encrypted messages, in up to six languages each, were
(B) puzzle, with ten encrypted messages, in up to six languages each,
(C) puzzle of ten encrypted messages in up to six languages, each that had been
(D) puzzle of ten encrypted messages in up to six languages and with each
(E) puzzle of ten encrypted messages in up to six languages, each had been

Any clear explanations of the above, please?


in a Aux verb Were is incorrect " they were written as X decipherable only by Y
Whereas in C,D & E phrase puzzle of ten..........changes the actual meaning.
Re: The last pages of the September 1999 publication The Code   [#permalink] 27 Mar 2014, 01:58
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