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# not very difficult .. though a bit confusing .

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06 Dec 2003, 23:52
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07 Dec 2003, 03:53
pitts20042006 wrote:
not very difficult .. though a bit confusing ..

C is the best.

i am a bit worried about whether "it" has a clear referent

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07 Dec 2003, 07:36
Why C ... or to make it more easy ..... What's wrong with the other choices?
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07 Dec 2003, 08:00
Actually, I myself got it as C but it is not given as the official answer and so was wondering if any of you smart people can throw some light on this one.
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07 Dec 2003, 08:29
Is it B ?

C,D and E use "which", whereas to refer to a place ("state") "where" is more appropriate.

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07 Dec 2003, 09:22
Official ans is given as B. GMAT PLUS #53

Any thoughts?
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07 Dec 2003, 10:00
asandeep wrote:
Is it B ?

C,D and E use "which", whereas to refer to a place ("state") "where" is more appropriate.

Which is a relative pronoun that refers to a noun...
A noun can be a state, a name, a city, a country. etc etc

B is incorrect. It does not convey the intended meaning

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07 Dec 2003, 18:25
K, here is my 2 cents.
(B)'s "...circulation under a unanimous ruling..."?
is suspect.
I would have gone with (C) if i saw this Q on the exam.
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09 Dec 2003, 03:16
B offers an ambiguous IT (a publication? state? libel?)
I would have chosen C on the test.
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09 Dec 2003, 04:23
stolyar wrote:
B offers an ambiguous IT (a publication? state? libel?)
I would have chosen C on the test.

if IT in B is ambiguous , so is in C. what u say?
one more doubt , ETS says avoid using passive voice sentence in GMAT.
i doubt C is correct.
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