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Officials at the United States Mint believe that the Sacagawea dollar coin will be used more as a scubstitute for four quarters rather than for the dollar bill because its weight, only 8.1grams, is far less than four quarters, which weigh 5.67grams each.

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B. more as a substitute for four quarters than the dollar bill because it weighs only 8.1grams, far lighter than

C. as a substitute for four quarters more than for the dollar bill because it weighs only 8.1grams, far less than

D. as a substitute for four quarters more than for the dollar bill because its weight of only 8.1grams is far lighter than it is for

E. as a substitute more for four quarters rather than for the dollar bill because its weight, only 8.1 grams, is far less than it is for
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23 Jun 2007, 04:21
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What is OA ???

For me A and B seem to be out of scope. Shouldn't it be any one out of C,D or E?
23 Jun 2007, 04:21
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