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# Like other health care workers, the insurance rates charged

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Like other health care workers, the insurance rates charged  [#permalink]

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28 Nov 2004, 06:10
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Like other health care workers, the insurance rates charged dentists have skyrocketed in recent years.

A) Like other health care workers, the insurance rates charged dentists
B) Like with other health care workers, insurance of dentists
C) As with health care workers, dentists' insurance rates
D) As with the insurance of other health care workers, dentists
E) Like those charged other health care workers, dentrists' insurance rates

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28 Nov 2004, 07:14
(E)
compare "insurances of other health care workers" to "dentrists' insurance"
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28 Nov 2004, 11:22
I would go for 'D' even though it sounds odd.
Except for 'D' none of the other choices compare like things.
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28 Nov 2004, 20:24
E....
seem most convincing in the comparison...comparing the insurance rates
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29 Nov 2004, 04:49
OA is E.

I don't understand "Like those charged other" what does it mean? Can someone explain please?
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29 Nov 2004, 05:45
Apart from explaining 'Like those charged other health care workers', can one of you all who selected 'E' explain what is been compared, according to my understanding "health care workers" are compared to "dentists' insurance rates"
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29 Nov 2004, 07:18
rthothad, you cannot compare "workers" with "interest rates." When we want to compare 2 things, they must be the same such as people&people.
"those" here rpresents "insurance rates"

Like insurance rates charged other health care workers, dentist's insurance rates......

Hope it make sense.
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29 Nov 2004, 08:19
gayathri: frankly, I think you have missed out an article "on" in the original answer choice of E: "....like those (insurance rates) charged on other health care workers,....."
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29 Nov 2004, 09:58
lawrence1972sg wrote:
gayathri: frankly, I think you have missed out an article "on" in the original answer choice of E: "....like those (insurance rates) charged on other health care workers,....."

I wish that was the case, but its not. This is from Kaplan and I have attached a screen shot. I thought that (E) was missing a word and so decided that it was incorrect & picked E
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28 Apr 2014, 15:56
wow, this thread was from 10 years ago!? the error still persists to this day...

IMO answer choice E has a typo and should read "E) Like those charged by other health care workers, dentists' insurance rates"

if this is not an error, I would appreciate if an expert could chime in and explain the logic behind the OE

fyi, this question is tagged as "medium" difficulty
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26 Feb 2018, 01:27
I agree that there should be a typo in the question itself

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