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If a nuclear weapon were to be detonated above the

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If a nuclear weapon were to be detonated above the atmosphere, it would generate not a blast, shock, nor heat, but an intense electromagnetic pulse disrupting, like a lightning bolt, all unshielded electric lines and electronic equipment.

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(B)If a nuclear weapon were to be detonated above the atmosphere, it would not generate a blast, shock, or heat, but rather

(C) A nuclear weapon detonated above the atmosphere would generate no blast, shock, or heat, but rather .

(D) A nuclear weapon detonated above the atmosphere would not generate a blast, shock, or heat, but rather

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I go for D...

C - would generate no blast - sounds confusing...

A and B are out for If- rather...
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But the answer is C

why?

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If a nuclear weapon were to be detonated above the atmosphere, it would generate not a blast, shock, nor heat, but an intense electromagnetic pulse disrupting, like a lightning bolt, all unshielded electric lines and electronic equipment.
(C) A nuclear weapon detonated above the atmosphere would generate no blast, shock, or heat, but rather .
(D) A nuclear weapon detonated above the atmosphere would not generate a blast, shock, or heat, but rather


the only thing I can think of is parallelism.
C --->would generate no blast, ...but (would generate) an electromagnetic pulse...

D ---> would not generate a blast, ...but (would not generate) an electromagnetic pulse...

C is good

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