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A new hair-growing drug is being sold for three times the price, per milligram, as the drug's maker charges for another product with the same active ingredient
A. as
B. than
C. that
D. of what
E. at which

I got confused bw D and E. I think E is better. Please give your answer and briefly explain.

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take out "per milligram"

A new hair-growing drug is being sold for three times the price that the drug's maker charges for another product with the same active ingredient.

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I think we can not use that in this case, because according to the meaning of the sentence, we need a preposition, right? So only D and E. I'm confused with those two answers. Should use which or what? The OA is E. It means "what" is used in this case. But I don't understand why we don't use "which". I think "at which" is correct

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A new hair-growing drug is being sold for three times the price, per milligram, as the drug's maker charges for another product with the same active ingredient
A. as
B. than
C. that -> CORRECT
D. of what
E. at which

I got confused bw D and E. I think E is better. Please give your answer and briefly explain.


the drug's maker charges ( some price) for another product with the same active ingredient => usage of that is apt

IMO C
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