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Like any star of similar mass would do, once the Sun has exhausted the

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New post 16 Aug 2009, 01:01
Can anybody please explain why D is wrong.
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New post 16 Aug 2009, 07:13
nitindas wrote:
Can anybody please explain why D is wrong.


The problem with B, C and D is the pronoun it refers to the Sun's core, while the argument intends to denote the Sun.

Use of possessive noun changes the meaning of the sentence.
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New post 29 Sep 2012, 00:43
supriyas2 wrote:
answer should be E right?


Yes i think so...

Pls refer to the link here ...
like-any-star-of-similar-mass-would-do-once-the-sun-has-124448.html
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New post 02 Oct 2012, 01:52
the problem with D is it here refers to hydrogen....it should refer to Sun.
E is the correct answer
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