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Like an expert cricket fielder focusing his attention on his movement

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Like an expert cricket fielder focusing his attention on his movement and catching the ball coming in his direction, any object tossed in its direction is grabbed by a newly developed robot without ever missing a single one and could be incorporated in machines that help humans by catching them if they are in danger of falling.

A)Like an expert cricket fielder focusing his attention on his movement and catching the ball coming in his direction, any object tossed in its direction is grabbed by a newly developed robot
B)Similar to an expert cricket fielder who focuses his attention on his movement for catching the ball coming in his direction, a newly developed robot grabs any object tossed in its direction
C)Like an expert cricket fielder who focuses his attention on his movement and catches the ball coming in his direction, a newly developed robot grabs any object tossed in its direction
D)As with an expert cricket fielder who focuses his attention on his movement, catching the ball coming in his direction, a newly developed robot grabs any object tossed in its direction
E)Like an expert cricket fielder who focuses his attention on his movement to catch the ball coming in his direction, any object tossed in its direction is grabbed by the newly developed robot

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Like an expert cricket fielder focusing his attention on his movement and catching the ball coming in his direction, any object tossed in its direction is grabbed by a newly developed robot without ever missing a single one and could be incorporated in machines that help humans by catching them if they are in danger of falling.

A)Like an expert cricket fielder focusing his attention on his movement and catching the ball coming in his direction, any object tossed in its direction is grabbed by a newly developed robot

B)Similar to an expert cricket fielder who focuses his attention on his movement for catching the ball coming in his direction, a newly developed robot grabs any object tossed in its direction

C)Like an expert cricket fielder who focuses his attention on his movement and catches the ball coming in his direction, a newly developed robot grabs any object tossed in its direction

D)As with an expert cricket fielder who focuses his attention on his movement, catching the ball coming in his direction, a newly developed robot grabs any object tossed in its direction

E)Like an expert cricket fielder who focuses his attention on his movement to catch the ball coming in his direction, any object tossed in its direction is grabbed by the newly developed robot

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I think the answer is C but I didn't have a concrete reason to eliminate B except for 'for catching'.

Is my reasoning above correct?
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New post 17 Oct 2017, 11:56
pra1785 wrote:
I think the answer is C but I didn't have a concrete reason to eliminate B except for 'for catching'.

Is my reasoning above correct?


Here is my take on B - In option B we have incorrect comparison.

A cricket fielder is compared to robot's action of grabbing the object. Ideally we should be comparing two actions - Action of cricketer and action of robot.

Similar to an expert cricket fielder who focuses his attention on his movement for catching the ball coming in his direction, a newly developed robot grabs any object tossed in its direction

Hope this help pra1785

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