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# State legislators fear that traffic accidents would be more

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13 Nov 2006, 14:51
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State legislators fear that traffic accidents would be more frequent and severe if the speed limit was increased to 75 mph on rural highways.

A) would be more frequent and severe if the speed limit was increased

B) would be more frequent and severe were the speed limit to be increased up

C) would be more frequent and severe were the speed limit increased

D) would become more frequent and severe with the speed limit increased

E) would become more frequent and severe after the speed limit has increased

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Kudos [?]: 237 [0], given: 1

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14 Nov 2006, 07:43
OA is C.

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14 Nov 2006, 07:43
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