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Updated on: 05 Sep 2008, 21:09
sorry,posted in wrong forum, please delete

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Originally posted by judokan on 05 Sep 2008, 04:41.
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05 Sep 2008, 13:34
The problem with A is a parallelism issue. Instead of "on both x and y", option A says "on both x and on y"
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05 Sep 2008, 14:17
I think this question has been posted in math section. Should not it go under the verbal section?
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05 Sep 2008, 20:57
judokan wrote:
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Hi all,

Why (A) is wrong? because of "could"?

Should we use "becaseu" or "in that"?

Because is always a better construct than in that.Here THAT incorrectly refers to yields.Again COULD represents unpredictable i.e,not sure ,here we are making a decision in present tense based on a fact ,could cannot be used with facts.IS able to is better than COULD

Hence C is apt

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