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# After gradual declension down to about 39 hours in 1970, the

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After gradual declension down to about 39 hours in 1970, the workweek in the United States has steadily increased to the point that the average worker now puts in an estimated 164 extra hours of paid labor a year.

(B) Following a gradual declension down

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07 Sep 2005, 07:54
Goign with D.

A, B, C - redundancy errors

E - don't know the exact rule, but doesn't sound right to me.

ywilfred wrote:
After gradual declension down to about 39 hours in 1970, the workweek in the United States has steadily increased to the point that the average worker now puts in an estimated 164 extra hours of paid labor a year.

(B) Following a gradual declension down

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10 Sep 2005, 05:33
OA is D.

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