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SC question

by kinshuk97gupta » Wed Jul 01, 2020 1:32 am
In 2003, Forbes Magazine calculated and published the values of all 32 National Football League teams; the Washington Redskins organization was valued at $952 million and it was at that time the highest value ever for an NFL franchise.

A.organization was valued at $952 million and it was
B.organization was valued at $952 million, being
C.organization was valued at $952 million,
D.organization, which was valued at $952 million, was
E.organization, valued at $952 million, and was

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Re: SC question

by rvgmat12 » Fri Oct 01, 2021 11:45 pm
In the second part of the statement, the subject is "Washington Redskins organization", so in the original statement "it was at the time" -> it refers to the organization... followed by "the highest value". So the organization cannot be a value. Hence it is incorrect. Eliminate A.

The same is the problem with B, D and E. The modifier after the comma has to modify the amount, has to talk about $952 million. And it is only option C which correctly does that.