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The Colorado trading community paid a huge premium when it chose

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The Colorado trading community paid a huge premium when it chose to invest the entire pension corpus into technology stocks on July 15th 2001 of firms who were known to make large number of stock buybacks and ESOP purchases.

A. of firms who were known to make
B. when it is known that firms made
C. at which firms are known to have made
D. that firms are known to be making
E. at which it is known that firms had made

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New post 26 Sep 2017, 07:40
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The Colorado trading community paid a huge premium when it chose to invest the entire pension corpus into technology stocks on July 15th 2001 of firms who were known to make large number of stock buybacks and ESOP purchases.

A. of firms who were known to make
B. when it is known that firms made
C. at which firms are known to have made
D. that firms are known to be making
E. at which it is known that firms had made


Dear Rohan,

Could you kindly share the source of this question.

My two cents on this question.
Option C is absolutely INCORRECT. Even use of WHEN in non-underlined portion is INCORRECT as per GMAT
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New post 27 Sep 2017, 06:17
my answer is B

Is there anyone can explain why B is wrong?
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34. The Colorado trading community paid a huge premium when it chose to invest the entire pension corpus into technology stocks on July 15th 2001 of firms who were known to make large number of stock buybacks and ESOP purchases.
A. of firms who were known to make
B. when it is known that firms made
C. at which firms are known to have made
D. that firms are known to be making
E. at which it is known that firms had made

Can someone please explain what is the error with option A?
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Couldn't understand the question at all! Please help in comprehending the same
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New post 16 Jan 2018, 00:18
between B and C , I think C is right.
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Couldn't understand the question at all! Please help in comprehending the same


OA (option C) conveys the following meaning:

Firms are known to have made large number of buybacks and purchases at technology stocks ("at which"). The Colorado trading community invested into these technology stocks and while doing so paid a huge premium.
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New post 16 Jan 2018, 10:14
Somebody please explain the options
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