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# According to a 1996 survey by the National Association of

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According to a 1996 survey by the National Association of College an University Business Officers, more than three times as many independent institutions of higher education charge tuition and fees of under \$8,000 a year than those that charge over \$16,000.
A) than those that charge
B) than are charging
C) than to charge
D) as charge
E) as those charging

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13 Oct 2008, 10:31
bigtreezl wrote:
E for me

as many...as , is the correct idiom

As many as => correct
OA is E
OMG i just overlooked as many in the sentence !!hence was stuck in this SC!!!

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