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Voice analysts have often struggled witht he problem of having three

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Voice analysts have often struggled with the problem of having three-dimensional data to represent on a two-dimensional surface.

1) having three-dimensional data to represent on a two-dimensional surface.
2) having a two-dimensional surface on which to represent three-dimensional data.
3) how can one represent three-dimensional data on a two dimensional surface.
4) how they could use a two-dimensional surface to represent three-dimensional data.
5) how to represent three-dimensional data on a two-dimensional surface.
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Can we use how after the propositional peoblem of ?
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New post 27 Dec 2017, 04:25
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Can we use how after the propositional peoblem of ?


Ideally a preposition should be followed by a noun (called the object of preposition). One may argue that "how to represent three-dimensional data on a two-dimensional surface" is a nominal phrase and can function as a noun, but such usage will probably not be been seen in real GMAT.

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Voice analysts have often struggled with the problem of having three-dimensional data to represent on a two-dimensional surface.

1) having three-dimensional data to represent on a two-dimensional surface.
2) having a two-dimensional surface on which to represent three-dimensional data.
3) how can one represent three-dimensional data on a two dimensional surface.
4) how they could use a two-dimensional surface to represent three-dimensional data.
5) how to represent three-dimensional data on a two-dimensional surface.

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Can you explain why the highlighted texts are wrong ?

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cyberkapil wrote:
Voice analysts have often struggled with the problem of having three-dimensional data to represent on a two-dimensional surface.

1) having three-dimensional data to represent on a two-dimensional surface.
2) having a two-dimensional surface on which to represent three-dimensional data.
3) how can one represent three-dimensional data on a two dimensional surface.
4) how they could use a two-dimensional surface to represent three-dimensional data.
5) how to represent three-dimensional data on a two-dimensional surface.

Answer must be (5) for the highlighted errors in other options...


Why 3 is wrong?

Question is talking about a generic issue, which is faced by voice analysts.

Option 3 : by using "how can one represent" - actually cites a generic problem.
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New post 28 Dec 2017, 11:05
Leo8 wrote:
Abhishek009 wrote:
cyberkapil wrote:
Voice analysts have often struggled with the problem of having three-dimensional data to represent on a two-dimensional surface.

1) having three-dimensional data to represent on a two-dimensional surface.
2) having a two-dimensional surface on which to represent three-dimensional data.
3) how can one represent three-dimensional data on a two dimensional surface.
4) how they could use a two-dimensional surface to represent three-dimensional data.
5) how to represent three-dimensional data on a two-dimensional surface.

Answer must be (5) for the highlighted errors in other options...


Why 3 is wrong?

Question is talking about a generic issue, which is faced by voice analysts.

Option 3 : by using "how can one represent" - actually cites a generic problem.


If we read through the sentence -

Option 3 - distorts the meaning of sentence-
The problem of representing three-dimensional data to a two-dimensional surface - To doing the same by a person (one)..

Though I am not sure if there is any issue except this.
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