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# The major national leaders consulted consider solar power

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The major national leaders consulted consider solar power economically infeasible at present but that it will be so in the future.
a) that it will be so
b) that it would be so
c) believe that it will be so
d) believe that it will be economically feasible
e) believe that economic feasability will be achieved

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10 Apr 2005, 20:17
In A,B,C,D, 'it' can refer to solar power or the economic feasibility. So All are out.

E makes clear what can be achieved - that is, the economic feasibility
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10 Apr 2005, 20:40
"D"...I think "it" can only refer to "solar power" ....also "D" maintains ||....economically infeasible....economically feasible....others which use "will be so" seem to be saying that it will still be infeasible
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10 Apr 2005, 21:06
ywilfred wrote:
In A,B,C,D, 'it' can refer to solar power or the economic feasibility. So All are out.

E makes clear what can be achieved - that is, the economic feasibility

D should be it. E has a passive form - this is not preferred on gmat.
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10 Apr 2005, 22:31
i believe it's D because over here it refers to Solar power and in E it does not refer that who will achieve economic feasibility
The major national leaders consulted consider solar power economically infeasible at present but that it will be so in the future.
a) that it will be so
b) that it would be so
c) believe that it will be so
d) believe that it will be economically feasible
e) believe that economic feasability will be achieved

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10 Apr 2005, 22:40
Consider D too. E is in passive and is also not in parallel form.
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10 Apr 2005, 22:45
D is right. E has a passive construct, and is not parallel. Good job, noticing that.
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12 Apr 2005, 17:32
OA is 'D'
12 Apr 2005, 17:32
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