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# gmat prep - another sc question

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15 Apr 2009, 20:29
gmat911 wrote:
why c?

(A)As here is a transitive word, means because which makes the sentence meaningless
(B) Than is used ungrammatical here
(C)That is a relative pronoun correctly modifies price, making the sentence correct meaning
(D)of what can't play the role of a relative pronoun to modify for price
(E)at which if there were no at, this answer would be correct. The reason is that the verb charge in the sentence is followed by a prep, so it can't be followed by one more prep

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