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New equipment and other improvements reduced the amount of time - from eleven hours in 1982 to six in 1988 - needed by workers so that they could produce a ton of steel.

(A) needed by workers so that they could produce
(B) needed when workers are producing
(C) workers need in producing
(D) workers needed to produce
(E) workers need for their producing of

Do we treat hypens as commas in the sentence?
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New equipment and other improvements reduced the amount of time - from eleven hours in 1982 to six in 1988 - needed by workers so that they could produce a ton of steel.

(A) needed by workers so that they could produce
(B) needed when workers are producing
(C) workers need in producing
(D) workers needed to produce
(E) workers need for their producing of

Do we treat hypens as commas in the sentence?


I have never seen a hyphen in an SC.

I would click D in this case.

I maintains the past tense.
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btw, just out of curiosity I'm asking, whats the source of this question ? Is it from some standard GMAT books ?
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would go with D....I have seen hyphens on real GMAT questions
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IMO D.

- extra info - will not affect the whole sentence, i think.
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New equipment and other improvements reduced the amount of time - from eleven hours in 1982 to six in 1988 - needed by workers so that they could produce a ton of steel.

(A) needed by workers so that they could produce
(B) needed when workers are producing
(C) workers need in producing
(D) workers needed to produce
(E) workers need for their producing of

Do we treat hypens as commas in the sentence?



The answer should be D:

Between needed by workers and workers needed GMAT prefer the easiest and simplest one ! Here it is workers needed !

the answer C is clearly wrong because of the use of the gerund.

The answer is either D or E.

Here, answer E is wordy, and for their producing of is wrong

Therefore answer is D !

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btw, just out of curiosity I'm asking, whats the source of this question ? Is it from some standard GMAT books ?




Its standard all right. Its GMAT PREP
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Re: Ton of steel   [#permalink] 02 Dec 2013, 03:39

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