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# Los Angeles has a higher number of family dwellings per

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16. Los Angeles has a higher number of family dwellings per capita than any large city.(A) a higher number of family dwellings per capita than any large city
(B)higher numbers of family dwellings per capita than any other large city
(C) a higher number of family dwellings per capita than does any other large city
(D) higher numbers of family dwellings per capita than do other large cities
(E) a high per capita number of family dwellings, more than does any other large city

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05 Apr 2009, 08:30
C?as it has correct comparison
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06 Apr 2009, 13:21
milind1979 wrote:
16. Los Angeles has a higher number of family dwellings per capita than any large city.
(A) a higher number of family dwellings per capita than any large city
(B)higher numbers of family dwellings per capita than any other large city
(C) a higher number of family dwellings per capita than does any other large city (Correct comparison)
(D) higher numbers of family dwellings per capita than do other large cities
(E) a high per capita number of family dwellings, more than does any other large city
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09 Apr 2009, 04:35
A) a higher number of family dwellings per capita than any large city - here we are saying LA has large number than any other city….wrong comparision..
(B)higher numbers of family dwellings per capita than any other large city - we are talking about higher numbers and not numbers.
(C) a higher number of family dwellings per capita than does any other large city – this one mentions corrections LA has large number than does any other city
(D) higher numbers of family dwellings per capita than do other large cities- we are talking about higher numbers and not numbers.
(E) a high per capita number of family dwellings, more than does any other large city
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09 Apr 2009, 21:26
C seems to be the best out of the given options

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