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# Because the moon's distance from Earth varies, so the gravitational

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Because the moon's distance from Earth varies, so the gravitational pull between the two bodies differ, as do the size and times of oceanic tides.

A. so the gravitational pull between the two bodies differ
B. so the gravitational pull between the two bodies differs
C. the gravitational pull between the two bodies differs
D. therefore the gravitational pull between the two bodies differ
E. therefore the gravitational pull between the two bodies differs
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20 Dec 2017, 09:38
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chesstitans wrote:
Because the moon's distance from Earth varies, so the gravitational pull between the two bodies differ, as do the size and times of oceanic tides.

A. ○ so the gravitational pull between the two bodies differ - Because and so convey same meaning. using both words together is ambiguous.
B. ○ so the gravitational pull between the two bodies differs - Same as (A)
C. ○ the gravitational pull between the two bodies differs - correct usage
D. therefore the gravitational pull between the two bodies differ - Same as (A)
E. therefore the gravitational pull between the two bodies differs
- Same as (A)

chesstitans wrote:
Because the moon's distance from Earth varies, so the gravitational pull between the two bodies differ, as do the size and times of oceanic tides.

A. ○ so the gravitational pull between the two bodies differ - Because and so convey same meaning. using both words together is ambiguous.
B. ○ so the gravitational pull between the two bodies differs - Same as (A)
C. ○ the gravitational pull between the two bodies differs - correct usage
D. therefore the gravitational pull between the two bodies differ - Same as (A)
E. therefore the gravitational pull between the two bodies differs
- Same as (A)

Re: Because the moon's distance from Earth varies, so the gravitational   [#permalink] 20 Dec 2017, 09:38
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