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23. By studying the differences between real gases and the idealized model of a gas, one has the capacity to make an estimate of the sizes of atoms.
(A) By studying the differences between real gases and the idealized model of a gas, one has the capacity to make an estimate of the sizes of atoms.
(B) By studying the differences between real gases and the idealized model of a gas, an estimate of the sizes of atoms can be made.
(C) Studying the differences between real gases and the idealized model of a gas, the sizes of atoms can be estimated.
(D) By studying the differences between real gases and the idealized model of a gas, one can estimate the sizes of atoms.
(E) Studying the differences between real gases and the idealized model of a gas gives one the capacity of making an estimate of the sizes of atoms.

25. More completely adapted for life in the trees than are the other anthropoids, gibbons move with tremendous facility and ease.
(A) More completely adapted for life in the trees than are the other anthropoids,
(B) Adapted more completely for tree life than any of the anthropoids,
(C) Being adapted more completely to tree life than any of the other anthropoids are,
(D) Adapting more completely to life in the trees than the adaptation of the other anthropoids,
(E) Having a more complete adaptation to life in the trees than that possessed by the other anthropoids,
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24. D. This is the most concise of all.
25. A. I do not see any error in the original sentence.

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