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# For the purposes of the model, the different areas would

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For the purposes of the model, the different areas would [#permalink]

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23 Nov 2008, 07:24
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For the purposes of the model, the different areas would comprise a dividing line of a different colour between two blocks of the same colour.

a dividing line of a different colour between two blocks of the same colour
two same coloured blocks with a different coloured dividing line between them
two blocks of the same colour with a dividing line of a different colour between them
a different colour dividing line between two same colour blocks
a dividing line where the colour was different between two blocks where the colour was the same

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23 Nov 2008, 08:00
IMO D
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23 Nov 2008, 12:13
I would go with C.
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23 Nov 2008, 12:39
IMO D.

here the object is a dividing line .... so B, C out.
of A, D and E, A & E are wordy .... D is the one.
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23 Nov 2008, 12:50
For the purposes of the model, the different areas would comprise a dividing line of a different colour between two blocks of the same colour.

a dividing line of a different colour between two blocks of the same colour
two same coloured blocks with a different coloured dividing line between them
two blocks of the same colour with a dividing line of a different colour between them
a different colour dividing line between two same colour blocks
a dividing line where the colour was different between two blocks where the colour was the same

IMO C....because comparision is between two blocks....therefore "two blocks" should be after comprise is proper than "a dividing line"
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24 Nov 2008, 04:02
sentense describe a model wherein lines of 2 different colors are drawn ..
Line 1 -Color X
Line2 -Color Y
Line3 -Color X
Line 4 -Color Y...and so on ...

This is clear reflected in choice C .
All other choice alter the meaning .
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