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Guys,

I'm not completely satisfied with the Question 21 and want to see your speculations.
Thanks for sharing your opinions.



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Re: US History [#permalink] New post 25 Sep 2010, 11:30
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Financier wrote:
suyashjhawar wrote:
I would go
20 C
21 Confused b/w A and C,would go with C

The author emphasizes how the American economy transformed.A,D,E are clear out.Between B and C,would go with C for Q20

21 Its a transformation.Isnt it?Last two lines...,hence C


Please, address my doubts about 21:

First 4 lines of the second column say that the nation consisted not only of farmers, but also of city artisans, businessmen and manufacturers.
So, it's NOT100% that the nation transformed from AGRICULTURAL Society ....
Where is the flaw in my reasoning?


See i guess one needs to use POE.Check out the options,only A and C left.You can easily discard the others.Now if you compare these two, isn't there a transformation as the author clearly emphasizes throughout.

By the way what are the OA's for both?Kudos if i get both bang on bang! :wink:
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Re: US History [#permalink] New post 30 Oct 2010, 07:51
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21 C.

The last sentence indicates that "Industrial story .....is the story of ...economic transformation "
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Re: US History [#permalink] New post 25 Sep 2010, 09:45
I would go
20 C
21 Confused b/w A and C,would go with C

The author emphasizes how the American economy transformed.A,D,E are clear out.Between B and C,would go with C for Q20

21 Its a transformation.Isnt it?Last two lines...,hence C
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Re: US History [#permalink] New post 25 Sep 2010, 10:12
suyashjhawar wrote:
I would go
20 C
21 Confused b/w A and C,would go with C

The author emphasizes how the American economy transformed.A,D,E are clear out.Between B and C,would go with C for Q20

21 Its a transformation.Isnt it?Last two lines...,hence C


Please, address my doubts about 21:

First 4 lines of the second column say that the nation consisted not only of farmers, but also of city artisans, businessmen and manufacturers.
So, it's NOT100% that the nation transformed from AGRICULTURAL Society ....
Where is the flaw in my reasoning?
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Re: US History [#permalink] New post 25 Sep 2010, 12:11
suyashjhawar wrote:
Financier wrote:
suyashjhawar wrote:
I would go
20 C
21 Confused b/w A and C,would go with C

The author emphasizes how the American economy transformed.A,D,E are clear out.Between B and C,would go with C for Q20

21 Its a transformation.Isnt it?Last two lines...,hence C


Please, address my doubts about 21:

First 4 lines of the second column say that the nation consisted not only of farmers, but also of city artisans, businessmen and manufacturers.
So, it's NOT100% that the nation transformed from AGRICULTURAL Society ....
Where is the flaw in my reasoning?


See i guess one needs to use POE.Check out the options,only A and C left.You can easily discard the others.Now if you compare these two, isn't there a transformation as the author clearly emphasizes throughout.

By the way what are the OA's for both?Kudos if i get both bang on bang! :wink:


I gave you Kudos :)
The point is: I easily eliminated all four wrong choises, but (C) is not good either, although it's the best from the set. OA is (C).
Re: US History   [#permalink] 25 Sep 2010, 12:11
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