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# Studies of circadian rhythms can be applied to problems

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13 Jun 2006, 19:34
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Studies of circadian rhythms can be applied to problems ranging from chronic insomnia in frequent transcontinental air travelers to workers in all-night plants being inefficient.
(A) to workers in all-night plants being inefficient
(B) toward workers in all-night plants being inefficient
(C) to workers in all-night plants who are inefficient
(D) to combat worker inefficiency in all-night plants
(E) to decreased efficiency among workers in all-night plants

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13 Jun 2006, 19:56
Clear E.

Studies of circadian rhythms can be applied to problems ranging from chronic insomnia in frequent transcontinental air travelers to decreased efficiency among workers in all-night plants.
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SAID BUSINESS SCHOOL, OXFORD - MBA CLASS OF 2008

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13 Jun 2006, 20:43
Straight 'E'

ll'sm from chronic insomnia ... to decreased efficiency

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13 Jun 2006, 21:09
E all the way.

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13 Jun 2006, 21:41
bang on target everyone. OA is indeed E.

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14 Jun 2006, 01:26
EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

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14 Jun 2006, 11:12
Clear E.

chronic insomnia <=> decreased efficiency

transcontinental travellers <=> all-night plant workers.

E is the only one balanced.

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# Studies of circadian rhythms can be applied to problems

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