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The promise of finding long-term technological solutions

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Thanks for the share ! Can you explain me the Question no 2 ? I only got that one incorrect. Couldn't understand option E .


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From below lines, we can infer that the author was unable to assess the truth of opaque-2 maize being more susceptible to insects than are other varieties of maize.

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For example, the better protein quality in tortillas made from opaque-2 maize will be of only limited benefit to a family on the margin of subsistence if the new maize is not culturally acceptable or is more vulnerable to insects.

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New post 27 Aug 2018, 00:37
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GMATINSECT wrote:

Thanks for the share ! Can you explain me the Question no 2 ? I only got that one incorrect. Couldn't understand option E .


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From below lines, we can infer that the author was unable to assess the truth of opaque-2 maize being more susceptible to insects than are other varieties of maize.

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For example, the better protein quality in tortillas made from opaque-2 maize will be of only limited benefit to a family on the margin of subsistence if the new maize is not culturally acceptable or is more vulnerable to insects.


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New post 28 Aug 2018, 23:40
Can someone please help me with Q1. Why is 3 a better choice? What does qualify mean and what's the difference between a generalization and position?
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