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# The tremendous insight of Einstein was that the passage of time does n

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The tremendous insight of Einstein was that the passage of time does not appear the same while standing still as it does to a person traveling at a substantial portion of the speed of light.

A. while standing still as it does to a person traveling
B. to a person standing still as to a person traveling
C. to a person who is standing still as a person who is traveling
D. while standing still as to traveling
E. to a person standing still as to a person who travels

Source: McGraw-Hill's GMAT

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20 Mar 2019, 08:27
The tremendous insight of Einstein was that the passage of time does not appear the same while standing still as it does to a person traveling at a substantial portion of the speed of light.

A. while standing still as it does to a person traveling
B. to a person standing still as to a person traveling
C. to a person who is standing still as a person who is traveling
D. while standing still as to traveling
E. to a person standing still as to a person who travels

Source: McGraw-Hill's GMAT

Same to X as to Y is correct idiomatic/Parallel usage...

Hence correct Answer must be (B), errors in other options highlighted in Red....
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