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Why is the option D incorrect?


This is not the correct way to post a topic or start a discussion!! Please read the forum rules before posting any questions. Locking this topic for now!

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Why is the option D incorrect?



Hi,
'to promote' in option D shows purpose not general fact. Thromboxane promotes blood clotting is a general fact. Option C is better than option D.
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New post 05 Sep 2017, 22:20
Shreeya24 please search before posting. This question has been discussed already here

https://gmatclub.com/forum/in-laboratory-rats-a-low-dose-of-aspirin-usually-suffices-t-156727.html

coming to the point of the fault in option D

usage of 'to promote' is not correct. The meaning implied here in the question is 'Thromboxane promotes coagulation'
To promote on the other hand means 'To Advocate' or 'to nurture'.

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