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# CR -GMATPrep1 -1

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Hi
Can someone EXPLAIN how to approach this beast?
Science passage in CR...is my nightmare...

thank you!
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02 May 2007, 14:23
the conclusion assumes that the naturally occurring and synthetic forms have both the same structure, and thus the temperature and pressure can be compared. D disputes this.

A is not related to the condtiions of formation of fullerene

B is not related to conditions on the Earth

C does not undermine the argument, it only reiterates the first asumption

E does not talk about fullerenes.

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