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New post 14 Jan 2010, 11:08
I went for D. but reading the explanations I think B makes more sense.
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New post 15 Jan 2010, 13:36
yes I think monarch and monarch butterfly are not same so B is the only option we left with but still initially the text was talking about earth electro-magneticity but suddenly electricity is odd option.
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New post 19 Jan 2010, 08:48
I had to choose between B and C. I erroneously chose B. I guess my take-away is to go with the simplier answer.

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incorrect way of reasoning as passage states" Scientists theorize that monarchs,"
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New post 19 Jan 2011, 09:16
went with D but thanks for the explanations
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New post 19 Jan 2011, 16:19
I can bet you will not see such a question on GMAT

"low-voltage transmitter"----now how can u say tht it produces electricity ?
So one has to infer in this question !

The ans is B
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yea. i thought low voltage transmitter is magnetic and thus went with D
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This question is not standard.
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I'm glad I'm not the only one who went with D. Lesson learned, never assume.
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+1 for b
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New post 23 Jan 2012, 10:59
I got tricked by this question real bad. I thought it was D but B makes more sense since if monarchs are repelled by the electricity it does not prove that they map their routes. Also it should be monarch butterflies not monarch. I must of went through fast through this problem
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+1 B .....The logic is to avoid assuming..
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clear B
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New post 24 Jan 2012, 08:22
can we eliminate B just because monarchs is used instead of monarch butterflies...


somebody please explain...
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Sometimes we think too much into the answer. Had the statistics for the question not been provided. I would have chosen B straightaway.
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New post 04 May 2017, 20:41
I choose D.
But after Confirming OA as B. I reread the question stimulus. Where i forgot to read the piece of info "first step in testing this theory" . Now i can say that just first step to research is not enough to come into the conclusion of the goal. So D is wrong . B is apt .
C is wrong - positively and adversely ?? Ambiguous isn't it.
B is right answer .
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