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In such a dismal investment climate, neither of the long/short equity

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In such a dismal investment climate, neither of the long/short equity funds have greater than a 50% chance of outperforming their benchmark.


A. neither of the long/short equity funds have greater than a 50% chance of outperforming their benchmark

B. neither of the long/short equity funds has greater than a 50% chance of outperforming its benchmark

C. neither of the long/short equity funds have had a greater than 50% chance of outperforming their benchmark

D. neither of the long/short equity funds have greater than a 50% chance of outperforming their benchmarks

E. neither of the long/short equity funds have had a greater than 50% chance of outperforming their benchmarks

Originally posted by subh2273 on 30 Aug 2018, 05:47.
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subh2273 wrote:
In such a dismal investment climate, neither of the long/short equity funds have greater than a 50% chance of outperforming their benchmark.


A. neither of the long/short equity funds has greater than a 50% chance of outperforming its benchmark

B. neither of the long/short equity funds have greater than a 50% chance of outperforming their benchmark

C. neither of the long/short equity funds have had a greater than 50% chance of outperforming their benchmark

D. neither of the long/short equity funds have greater than a 50% chance of outperforming their benchmarks

E. neither of the long/short equity funds have had a greater than 50% chance of outperforming their benchmarks


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This question is not following GMAT standards. Underlined portion and option A are always the same in GMAT SC. Underlined portion and option A are different in this question.
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Looks like Options A and B are swapped.

Based on the above options it's B since funds is plural which can be liked with very Have.

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subh2273 wrote:
In such a dismal investment climate, neither of the long/short equity funds have greater than a 50% chance of outperforming their benchmark.


A. neither of the long/short equity funds has greater than a 50% chance of outperforming its benchmark

B. neither of the long/short equity funds have greater than a 50% chance of outperforming their benchmark

C. neither of the long/short equity funds have had a greater than 50% chance of outperforming their benchmark

D. neither of the long/short equity funds have greater than a 50% chance of outperforming their benchmarks

E. neither of the long/short equity funds have had a greater than 50% chance of outperforming their benchmarks


Hi sudarshan22

Please correct the choice A.
It doesn't match with the question.
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Hi sudarshan22

Please correct the choice A.
It doesn't match with the question.


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subh2273 wrote:
In such a dismal investment climate, neither of the long/short equity funds have greater than a 50% chance of outperforming their benchmark.


A. neither of the long/short equity funds have greater than a 50% chance of outperforming their benchmark

B. neither of the long/short equity funds has greater than a 50% chance of outperforming its benchmark

C. neither of the long/short equity funds have had a greater than 50% chance of outperforming their benchmark

D. neither of the long/short equity funds have greater than a 50% chance of outperforming their benchmarks

E. neither of the long/short equity funds have had a greater than 50% chance of outperforming their benchmarks


Neither of X requires a singular verb 'has'.
Only Answer choice B satisfies.
Answer B.
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