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Were it not for the fusion-powered heat and radiation that rush from its core, instead its own weight would cause a star to collapse.

A. instead its own weight would cause a star to collapse
B. instead a star would have collapsed under its own weight
C. a star would have to be collapsing under its own weight
D. a star would collapse under its own weight
E. its own weight would have caused a star’s collapse
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Should be D for correct modifier.
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Chose (D) in 19 secs. Modifiers are by far frequently tested on the GMAT so be sure to keep an eye out for them,
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