Does the switch from
"no less than"
is permitted on GMAT?
Original intends: Development of Compact Discs =~(As remarkable As) == the use of new technology
OA Option(C) intends: The use of new technology >=(More remarkable or as remarkable as) the Development of Compact discs.
Plz advise !
Their is no such rule in gmat or otherwise. The context plus grammatical rule are the most relevant.
What was as remarkable as the development of the compact disc has been the use of the new technology to revitalize, in better sound than was ever before possible, some of the classic recorded performances of the pre-LP era.
A) What was as remarkable as the development of the compact disc // was is incorrect
B) The thing that was as remarkable as developing the compact disc // thing=development-> incorrect
C) No less remarkable than the development of the compact disc // development of...= use of ...= correct
D) Developing the compact disc has been none the less remarkable than // Developing!=use
E) Development of the compact disc has been no less remarkable as// as x as y is correct idiom not no x as y.