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The Epsilon Corporation, having 14 divisions each with at least 100 full-time employees, exemplify the kind of complexity that frustrate the consultants trying to help them.

A. having 14 divisions each with at least 100 full-time employees, exemplify the kind of complexity that frustrate the consultants trying to help them
B. having 14 divisions each with at least 100 full-time employees, exemplifies the kind of complexity that frustrates the consultants which are trying to help them
C. composed of 14 divisions, each of which has at least 100 full-time employees, exemplifies the kind of complexity that frustrates the consultants trying to help it
D. composed of 14 divisions, each of which has at least 100 full-time employees, exemplifies the kind of complexity that frustrate the consultants that would try to help them
E. composed of 14 divisions, each of which has at least 100 full-time employees, exemplify the kind of complexity that frustrates the consultants trying to help it
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A. having 14 divisions each with at least 100 full-time employees, exemplify the kind of complexity that frustrate the consultants trying to help them- Each wrongly modifies corporation as it should modify divisions. Also them wrongly refers to employees. So Eliminate.

B. having 14 divisions each with at least 100 full-time employees, exemplifies the kind of complexity that frustrates the consultants which are trying to help them- Same as A.

C. composed of 14 divisions, each of which has at least 100 full-time employees, exemplifies the kind of complexity that frustrates the consultants trying to help it- Looks good, No SV error and pronoun error as in A & B.

D. composed of 14 divisions, each of which has at least 100 full-time employees, exemplifies the kind of complexity that frustrate the consultants that would try to help them- Would is redundant here- So eliminate.

E. composed of 14 divisions, each of which has at least 100 full-time employees, exemplify the kind of complexity that frustrates the consultants trying to help it- Exemplify is not the proper form according to the context.


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C it is : composed of 14 divisions, each of which has at least 100 full-time employees, exemplifies the kind of complexity that frustrates the consultants trying to help it

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GNPTH wrote : having 14 divisions each with at least 100 full-time employees, exemplify the kind of complexity that frustrate the consultants trying to help them- Each wrongly modifies corporation as it should modify divisions.


this is not correct . "each" modifies "divisions" and thus is correct . the major error with A is the following :

A says: The Epsilon Corporation, having 14 divisions each with at least 100 full-time employees, exemplify the kind of complexity that frustrate the consultants trying to help them.----->"corporation" cannot go with "exemplify" !! .

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A, B and D are incorrect as they have "them" at the end. We need "it" so we are left with option C and E. Option E has the word "exemplify" which is incorrect. C is the answer.

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The Epsilon Corporation, having 14 divisions each with at least 100 full-time employees, exemplify the kind of complexity that frustrate the consultants trying to help them.

A. having 14 divisions each with at least 100 full-time employees, exemplify the kind of complexity that frustrate the consultants trying to help them
B. having 14 divisions each with at least 100 full-time employees, exemplifies the kind of complexity that frustrates the consultants which are trying to help them
C. composed of 14 divisions, each of which has at least 100 full-time employees, exemplifies the kind of complexity that frustrates the consultants trying to help it
D. composed of 14 divisions, each of which has at least 100 full-time employees, exemplifies the kind of complexity that frustrate the consultants that would try to help them
E. composed of 14 divisions, each of which has at least 100 full-time employees, exemplify the kind of complexity that frustrates the consultants trying to help it
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