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Compared with is used to show similarity/difference b/w two LIKE things
Compared to is used show similarity b/w to dissimilar things.

Can someone give examples for the above? Where can I find more information on this?


Hi pra1785,

The difference quoted is not ideal to choose between two choices. GMAT will not give you two choices that only differes in the usage of COMPARED TO & COMPARED WITH. Both compared to and compared with are correct.

For more on this, you can watch RON's explanation (Watch the video at 01:16 hrs) -

P.S. - Do the questions on your own before watching RON explaining the answers for them. That way you'll learn this concept quickly :)

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