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# According to Booker T. Whatleys recent analysis, planting

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According to Booker T. Whatleys recent analysis, planting [#permalink]

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According to Booker T. Whatleys recent analysis, planting the same crops as are planted on large farms will lead to economic disaster for the small farmer, who should plan a succession of high-value crops that will provide a year-round cash flow.

Can someone explain this sentence to me? Is there an ellipsis? As are planted...? :evil:

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07 Aug 2007, 14:13
bmwhype2 wrote:
According to Booker T. Whatleys recent analysis, planting the same crops as are planted on large farms will lead to economic disaster for the small farmer, who should plan a succession of high-value crops that will provide a year-round cash flow.

Can someone explain this sentence to me? Is there an ellipsis? As are planted...?

i would say yes and read as under:

According to Booker T. Whatley's recent analysis, planting the same crops as (the plants that) are planted on large farms will lead to economic disaster for the small farmer, who should plan a succession of high-value crops that will provide a year-round cash flow.

seems there is a typo: Booker T. Whatley's
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22 Aug 2007, 12:40
Can someone post a link that describes how we should use an ellipsis on the GMAT? I've seen ellipsis in various forms...
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19 Jul 2009, 08:46
bmwhype2 wrote:
According to Booker T. Whatleys recent analysis, planting the same crops as are planted on large farms will lead to economic disaster for the small farmer, who should plan a succession of high-value crops that will provide a year-round cash flow.

Can someone explain this sentence to me? Is there an ellipsis? As are planted...? :evil:

43. According to Booker T. Whatley’s recent analysis, planting the same crops as are planted on large farms will lead to economic disaster for the small farmer, who should plan a succession of high-value crops that will provide a year-round cash flow.
(A) planting the same crops as are planted on large farms will lead to economic disaster for the small farmer, who
(B) it will lead to economic disaster for the small farmer to plant the same crops as on the large farms; they
(C) economic disaster will result from planting the same crops as large farms to the small farmer, who
(D) economic disaster for the small farmer will result from planting the same crops as on the large farms; they
(E) the small farmer planting the same crops as are planted on large farms will lead to economic disaster; they

Can someone shed light on the OA here?

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