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# credited with/credited for

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It means the second statement is correct.
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jn.mohit wrote:
It means the second statement is correct.

yep, second one is the correct statement.
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Q45  V38
jn.mohit wrote:
Please explain which sentence is correct .

1. She is credited for solving numerous cases.
2. She is credited with solving numerous cases.

I would say that both are correct. If you refer to https://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/credit+for you will find that credit for also means "give someone a praise". I doubt that GMAC would put these two together (all other things being equal).
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