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# Menlo University‘s range of graduate programs have been

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Menlo University‘s range of graduate programs have been developed to fulfill your
needs whether you intend to pursue a career in industry, business, government, NGOs

A. have been developed to fulfill your needs whether you intend to pursue a
B. has been developed to fulfil your needs if you intend to pursue a career in
C. have been developed to fulfil your needs whether you intend to pursue a
D. has been developed to fulfil your needs whether you intend to pursue
whatever
E. has been developed to fulfil your needs whether one intends to pursue a
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24 Jun 2014, 02:10
whether - or i correct idiom , use of you through out the sentence ....
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25 Jun 2014, 07:06
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whether - or i correct idiom , use of you through out the sentence ....

It is more about usage of one, if a sentence contains one, the entire sentence should follow it. D option doesn't have that error.
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25 Jun 2014, 13:12
Not a good question, Kindly explain me fragments of this sentence.

D. has been developed to fulfil your needs << main clause
(subordinate conjunction) whether you intend to pursue a career in industry, business, government, NGOs or academia, and
whatever your background << I feel something is missing here. ???? any idea.
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25 Jun 2014, 20:40
PiyushK wrote:
Not a good question, Kindly explain me fragments of this sentence.

D. has been developed to fulfil your needs << main clause
(subordinate conjunction) whether you intend to pursue a career in industry, business, government, NGOs or academia, and
whatever your background << I feel something is missing here. ???? any idea.

absolutely.."whether you want to purse ua career in X,or whatever your background seems logically correct ss well as idiomatically..

whether X nd Y seems so wrong..!
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07 Jul 2014, 12:04
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PiyushK wrote:
Not a good question, Kindly explain me fragments of this sentence.

D. has been developed to fulfil your needs << main clause
(subordinate conjunction) whether you intend to pursue a career in industry, business, government, NGOs or academia, and
whatever your background << I feel something is missing here. ???? any idea.

absolutely.."whether you want to purse ua career in X,or whatever your background seems logically correct ss well as idiomatically..

whether X nd Y seems so wrong..!

I had the same feeling, hence I rejected option D. But when I switched to the Quant forum, I found a number of examples that were of this exact format : whether X and Y

We cannot determine whether X and Y are both positive.
We need to determine whether X and Y are both non zero.

So option D is correct
whether you intend to pursue a career in
-industry
-government
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07 Jul 2014, 19:14
Yes mate u r absolutely right..i made quitesome research on dis question and finally understood dt dis usage is correct ..its conditional whethr u wanna use 'or' aftr whethr, cz its preassumed..

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11 Aug 2015, 00:37
a range of X or a range of Xs

We are talking about range, which in this case is singular. And singular nouns take singular verbs. Hence, "a range of Xs has" is correct.

Thus, A and C are eliminated.

One should be careful when one meets her. You should be careful when you meet her. Either both the pronoun references are one or you. A mix is a dangerous combination.

Eliminate E.

B v/s D.

If x then y. If is used in case of a condition. For example: If you study, (then) you get an 800 in the test.
This is not the case in B. Hence, eliminate B.

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