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Prices at the producer level are only 1.3 percent higher now than a

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[quote="Arlene0504"]Prices at the producer level are only 1.3 percent higher now than a year ago and are going down, even though floods in the Midwest and drought in the south are hurting crops and therefore raised corn and soybean prices.


(A) than a year ago and are going down, even though floods in the Midwest and drought in the south are hurting crops and therefore raised

(B) than those of a year ago and are going down, even though floods in the Midwest and drought in the south are hurting crops and therefore raising

(C) than a year ago and are going down, despite floods in the Midwest and drought in the south, and are hurting crops and therefore raising

(D) as those of a year ago and are going down, even though floods in the Midwest and drought in the south hurt crops and therefore raise

(E) as they were a year ago and are going down, despite floods in the Midwest and drought in the south, and are hurting crops and therefore raising


Price can be compared with price not a year so (A) and (C) are wrong
You draw similarity using as eg Krishna is as tall as Dhanush. We do not say Krishna is as taller than those of Dhanush. So (D) & (E) are wrong.
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