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A - Redundancy issue. "419 times more pay..". B,C and E correct this issue.

B - "compare to" is used to specify similarities. The sentence actually wants to show the difference in ratios, not similarities. So, "compares to" is a wrong word choice, although I feel the sentence is grammatically correct.

C - appears to be correct

D - same as with A, redundancy issue. Also, sentence sounds like a clause.

E - same as with D, it sounds like it is not complete.
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Q.5

Answer is A

verbs "see" and spend must be parallel with each other, where subject is Doctor.

impose and require must be parallel to each other, where subject is union members.


Considering, above guidelines, only A satisfies them.
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Q.3

Answer I think is A


B - "...lighting still provided ..."

C - "still being"

D - "there was..."

E - "..had .... had still been..."
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Answer I think is A

Depletion of uranium on land causes the price of uranium to rise, because most of the market supply comes from land based resources.
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Q.4

Answer I think is C



Conclusion states that
Provision of Parking to one-third buses will reduce exhaust significantly.

C - implies that only one-fourth of the time, buses are running. The rest of the time they are just idling. If one-third of the tour buses have started to park , it would reduce the exhaust.
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I think it is C.
first hypothesis says, the beetle stops to take some rest and second says it stops because it goes blind.

If C is true, it will undermine second hyp and support first.

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abhitheCEO wrote:
Q 2.

I think it is C.
first hypothesis says, the beetle stops to take some rest and second says it stops because it goes blind.

If C is true, it will undermine second hyp and support first.



Agree with C.
B is a strong contender, but it doesn't undermine the other.
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