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Many students are surprised to find that objects viewed through a pseudoscope, an optical instrument that reverses depth perception, appears inside out; a box, an example, would seem to be a square-shaped hole in the floor.

A)appears inside out; a box, an example
B)appears inside out, for example; a box
c)appears inside out; a box, for example
D)appear inside out, for example; a box
E)appear inside out; a box, for example
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Many students are surprised to find that objects viewed through a pseudoscope, an optical instrument that reverses depth perception, appears inside out; a box, an example, would seem to be a square-shaped hole in the floor.

A)appears inside out; a box, an example
B)appears inside out, for example; a box
c)appears inside out; a box, for example
D)appear inside out, for example; a box
E)appear inside out; a box, for example

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Many students are surprised to find that objects viewed through a pseudoscope.....................appear inside out; a box, for example, would seem to be a square-shaped hole in the floor.

E is the answer. Changed the tag becasue is not a 700 level question.

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Many students are surprised to find that objects viewed through a pseudoscope, an optical instrument that reverses depth perception, appears inside out; a box, an example, would seem to be a square-shaped hole in the floor.

The subject is objects, a plural verb is requred: out A B C.

Between D and E:
D)appear inside out, for example; a box
E)appear inside out; a box, for example

What is the example? The fact that they apper inside out or the box that seems square-shaped?
The ",for example" should refer to the latter, and E is correct.
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Many students are surprised to find that objects viewed through a pseudoscope, an optical instrument that reverses depth perception, appears inside out; a box, an example, would seem to be a square-shaped hole in the floor.

A)appears inside out; a box, an example
B)appears inside out, for example; a box
c)appears inside out; a box, for example
D)appear inside out, for example; a box
E)appear inside out; a box, for example

OA to follow

Objects - hence it must be appear.

This is a standard case of - "....X, for example, is a Y..."

answer is E? Waiting for OA.
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Originally posted by vishnuns39620 on 01 Jun 2013, 12:57.
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guerrero25 wrote:
Many students are surprised to find that objects viewed through a pseudoscope, an optical instrument that reverses depth perception, appears inside out; a box, an example, would seem to be a square-shaped hole in the floor.

A)appears inside out; a box, an example
B)appears inside out, for example; a box
c)appears inside out; a box, for example
D)appear inside out, for example; a box
E)appear inside out; a box, for example


Singular/Plural : Objects appear and not appears inside out.
D and E left.

E gives the correct pause. D uses semicolon after for example which is not correct.
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