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Researchers are using computer images to help surgeons plan difficult operations and to develop programs that will work for doctors and nurses in the same way that flight simulators do for pilots, letting medical personnel practice their techniques and test their reflexes before they ever see a patient.

A. plan difficult operations and to develop programs that will work for doctors and nurses in the same way that flight simulators do
B. plan difficult operations and develop programs to work for doctors and nurses the same way as with flight simulators
C. to plan difficult operations and to develop programs that will work for doctors and nurses like flight simulators
D. plan difficult operations and in developing programs to work for doctors and nurses the same way as flight simulators
E. to plan difficult operations and developing programs that will work for doctors and nurses like flight simulators do''

In this an essential comparison issue, how the computers help (an action verb) is compared with how the simulators do (another action verb). That is the reason we can dump choices B, C and D for not comparing the action but the simulators themselves.
It is obvious then in E, to plan is not parallel with developing and as the use of like to compare an action is wrong. Therefore A.
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Hello Verbal Experts,

I eliminated option B and D on the basis of redundancy pair 'in the same way - as'.

Is this correct? Please let me know later.

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Hello Verbal Experts,

I eliminated option B and D on the basis of redundancy pair 'in the same way - as'.

Is this correct? Please let me know later.

Thanks in advance!



Hello SidJainGMAT,

I would like to help you out with this one. :-)


Your analysis is correct. The expressions in the same way and as both present comparison. Hence, using both the expressions together does lead to redundancy in Choices B and D.


Hope this helps. :-)
Thanks.
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