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# Researchers have announced that the magnetic fields emitted

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Researchers have announced that the magnetic fields emitted [#permalink]

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Researchers have announced that the magnetic fields emitted by one manufacturer’s
security surveillance system, of which type there are 200,000 worldwide, can interfere
with pacemakers and that
this interaction can bring on missed or irregular heartbeats,
nausea, breathlessness, dizziness, and even fainting.
A. of which type there are 200,000 worldwide, can interfere with pacemakers and
that
B. of which, worldwide, there are 200,000 of that type, and which can interfere with
pacemakers, and
C. of which type there are 200,000 worldwide, they can interfere with pacemakers
and
D. 200,000 of which type exist worldwide, interfering with pacemakers, and
E. 200,000 of that type existing worldwide and can interfere with pacemakers, and
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30 Nov 2008, 04:06
Hi guys,

IMO A

A. of which type there are 200,000 worldwide, can interfere with pacemakers and
that Hold, because it's th only one that follows the subjunctive structure
B. of which, worldwide, there are 200,000 of that type, and which can interfere with
pacemakers, and wordy
C. of which type there are 200,000 worldwide, they can interfere with pacemakers
D. 200,000 of which type exist worldwide, interfering with pacemakers, and do not follow subjunctive
E. 200,000 of that type existing worldwide and can interfere with pacemakers, and do not follow subjunctive

OA and Source?

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01 Dec 2008, 10:41
vivektripathi wrote:
Researchers have announced that the magnetic fields emitted by one manufacturer’s
security surveillance system, of which type there are 200,000 worldwide, can interfere
with pacemakers and that
this interaction can bring on missed or irregular heartbeats,
nausea, breathlessness, dizziness, and even fainting.
A. of which type there are 200,000 worldwide, can interfere with pacemakers and
that
B. of which, worldwide, there are 200,000 of that type, and which can interfere with
pacemakers, and
C. of which type there are 200,000 worldwide, they can interfere with pacemakers
and
D. 200,000 of which type exist worldwide, interfering with pacemakers, and
E. 200,000 of that type existing worldwide and can interfere with pacemakers, and

OA is D, In a That followed by This which is certainly wrong
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01 Dec 2008, 11:53
What is the source? D certainly does not look correct unless I am missing something.
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01 Dec 2008, 12:22
D? it sounds awful...

what's the source of the question?

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Re: SC-magnetic fields   [#permalink] 01 Dec 2008, 12:22
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