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# It has traditionally been thought that all biological

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It has traditionally been thought that all biological functions decline with age, but according to the Naitonal Institute on Aging, certain important capabilities, such as the output of the heard under stress and intellectual vigor, remain essentially unchanged.

(b) the hearts output under stress and intellectual vigor
(c) intellectual igor and the output of the heard under stress
(d) intellectual vigor and the effect of stress on the heart's output
(e) the effect of stress on teh hear's output and intellectual vigor

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17 Jun 2007, 16:21
misterJJ2u wrote:
It has traditionally been thought that all biological functions decline with age, but according to the Naitonal Institute on Aging, certain important capabilities, such as the output of the heard under stress and intellectual vigor, remain essentially unchanged.

(b) the hearts output under stress and intellectual vigor
(c) intellectual igor and the output of the heard under stress
(d) intellectual vigor and the effect of stress on the heart's output
(e) the effect of stress on teh hear's output and intellectual vigor

C is the best among all the answers.

D and E distort the meaning, hence out.

among A,B and C, both A and B sound as if it's the heart's output(or the output of the heart) under stress and intellectual vigor that remains unchanged. Actually it's the two things that remain unchanged - the intellectual vigor and the output of the heart under stress. hence C.
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17 Jun 2007, 17:29
Wud go with B-- Heart's output under stress is parallel with intellectual vigor

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17 Jun 2007, 19:16
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C is the best among all the answers.

D and E distort the meaning, hence out.

among A,B and C, both A and B sound as if it's the heart's output(or the output of the heart) under stress and intellectual vigor that remains unchanged. Actually it's the two things that remain unchanged - the intellectual vigor and the output of the heart under stress. hence C.

I understand why D and E don't make sense but can you please explain why C is better than A and B?

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17 Jun 2007, 20:04
shoonya wrote:
misterJJ2u wrote:
It has traditionally been thought that all biological functions decline with age, but according to the Naitonal Institute on Aging, certain important capabilities, such as the output of the heard under stress and intellectual vigor, remain essentially unchanged.

(b) the hearts output under stress and intellectual vigor
(c) intellectual igor and the output of the heard under stress
(d) intellectual vigor and the effect of stress on the heart's output
(e) the effect of stress on teh hear's output and intellectual vigor

C is the best among all the answers.

D and E distort the meaning, hence out.

among A,B and C, both A and B sound as if it's the heart's output(or the output of the heart) under stress and intellectual vigor that remains unchanged. Actually it's the two things that remain unchanged - the intellectual vigor and the output of the heart under stress. hence C.

If you look at A and B again, you would notice that both sound like "hearts output under (stress and intellectual vigor). Whereas, the intention is to clearly identify two different capabilities - the intellectual vigor and the output of the heart under stress. hence C is right.
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