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Approximately $120 billion in venture capital is estimated as having poured into technology stocks during the late 1990s, creating a valuation bubble that burst in 2000.

A. Approximately $120 billion in venture capital is estimated as having poured into technology stocks during the late 1990s, creating

B. During the late 1990s approximately $120 billion in venture capital is estimated to have poured into technology stocks and created

C. During the late 1990s it is estimated that there was approximately $120 billion in venture capital that was poured into technology stocks, creating

D. It is estimated that during the late 1990s approximately $120 billion in venture capital poured into technology stocks, creating

E. It is estimated that there was approximately $120 billion in venture capital that poured into technology stocks during the late 1990s and created

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Approximately $120 billion in venture capital is estimated as having poured into technology stocks during the late 1990s, creating a valuation bubble that burst in 2000.

A. Approximately $120 billion in venture capital is estimated as having poured into technology stocks during the late 1990s, creating

B. During the late 1990s approximately $120 billion in venture capital is estimated to have poured into technology stocks and created

C. During the late 1990s it is estimated that there was approximately $120 billion in venture capital that was poured into technology stocks, creating

D. It is estimated that during the late 1990s approximately $120 billion in venture capital poured into technology stocks, creating

E. It is estimated that there was approximately $120 billion in venture capital that poured into technology stocks during the late 1990s and created

Source: McGraw-Hill's GMAT


It is estimated that during the late 1990s approximately $120 billion in venture capital poured into technology stocks, creating
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sentence is mentioning about sequence of events which happened and resulted to cause something in future..
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