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Over 75 percent of the energy ...

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New post 11 Oct 2009, 09:39
Energy comes from nuclear power is wrong(in meaning)

Energy is produced from nuclear power

Hence C

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New post 11 Oct 2009, 10:13
hi.. why C is correct is ' the placing of in germany'..
D tells us that some % of energy comes from nuc power in germany..... it may mean the energy of entire world comes from nuc power in germany.... so 'in germany' should be placed after '% of energy'...
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New post 11 Oct 2009, 15:05
C seems correct.

Pronoun issues in A and E -
B compares nuclear power to Germany

D changes meaning by suggesting nuclear power somehow come from Germany and not it's power plants (illogical)

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New post 11 Oct 2009, 20:11
C and D are actually tough choices to pick from.

But since GMAT prefers active voice over passive, C is the best bet.

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New post 17 Nov 2009, 00:02
Nice one

D gives the proper parallel meaningful structure

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