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The medieval scholar made almost no attempt to investigate

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The medieval scholar made almost no attempt to investigate the anatomy of plants, their mechanisms of growth, nor the ways where each was related to the other.

(A) nor the ways where each was related to the other

(B) nor how each was related to some other

(C) or the way where one is related to the next

(D) or the ways in which they are related to one another

(E) or the ways that each related to some other

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New post 20 Jun 2007, 17:55
Mishari wrote:
The medieval scholar made almost no attempt to investigate the anatomy of plants, their mechanisms of growth, nor the ways where each was related to the other.

(A) nor the ways where each was related to the other

(B) nor how each was related to some other

(C) or the way where one is related to the next

(D) or the ways in which they are related to one another

(E) or the ways that each related to some other


I go for D if it reads .."Or the ways in which they WERE...."

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New post 20 Jun 2007, 20:36
one more for D). It seems to be the best answer.

A) and C) have clear modifier error in 'where'

B) and E) have awkward and incorrect constructions in "was related to some other" and "that each related to some other"

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New post 21 Jun 2007, 22:29
"nor" at least by GMAT rules fits best when "neither" is used.

I eliminated A & B.

E uses "some other" which makes no sense. Cross that off.

I was left debating between C & D. I figured that there has to be more than 1 way to be related, needs to be plural so I end up w/

D

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