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Following this debate is hilarious. For anyone that actually bothered to read the thread...here's your answer: A and C are BOTH PRETTY GOOD. Yes there are subtle differences but there ain't any fundamental flaws. Therefore they are both correct and we DO NOT need to choose one over the other. GMAT never test subtlety as the PURE determinant of RIGHT vs WRONG of two choices.
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in A, "it" could refer to research...
I think it has ambiguity!
am I wrong?

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