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Twenty years ago, only 6 percent of students at Dunmore College who intended to major in chemistry were women; today that figure is at least as high as 40 percent.

A. at least as high as 40 percent
B. higher than at least 40 percent
C. higher by 40 percent at the least
D. 40 percent high or more
E. more higher than 40 percent
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Twenty years ago, only 6 percent of students at Dunmore College who intended to major in chemistry were women; today that figure is at least as high as 40 percent.

A. at least as high as 40 percent
B. higher than at least 40 percent
C. higher by 40 percent at the least
D. 40 percent high or more
E. more higher than 40 percent


B. Should the the answer.

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Imo A. Isn't using 'higher than' and 'at least' redundant?

A seems apt here.

Other options seem wrong.

Option C is wordy. B seems better than C. But B has the error as point above.

Hence I prefer 'A'

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Kritesh wrote:
Twenty years ago, only 6 percent of students at Dunmore College who intended to major in chemistry were women; today that figure is at least as high as 40 percent.

A. at least as high as 40 percent
B. higher than at least 40 percent
C. higher by 40 percent at the least
D. 40 percent high or more
E. more higher than 40 percent


Question.
If we had a number of students in the first part of sentence, would the right answer be "C"?

Example: Twenty years ago, only 100 students at Dunmore College who intended to major in chemistry were women; today that figure is higher by 40 percent at the least

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