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Were you accepted at Babson with scholarship equivalent to NU ?
I think Babson is good for entrepreneurship even its overall ranking can't compare to BU
Hi Jordan, Could you please explain to me "Which" in E refer to what? "Which" refers to "the killing of benign bacteria" or "development of resistant strains of bacteria" or Both? I though "which" after the comma should ONLY refer to the NEAREST noun...
If foods contain 'irradiation and genetic modification' the meaning of the sentence could be difference from what the author means to be.
Non-organic food is passed through a irradiation and genetic modification process to be irradiated or genetically modified.
- by scholardream
Mon Aug 20, 2012 9:22 pm
- Forum: Sentence Correction
- Topic: The USDA prohibits food manufacturers from labeling foods
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- 1st 2-3 split: 'basing them on' vs 'based on' . 'based on' is correct idiom -> A,B, C are out.
- 'evidence of' vs 'evidence that' . Both terms are correct. And D and E expresses the same meaning but E is clearly concise.
Therefore E is answer
The world's finest single-malt whiskies come from the highland of Scotland. If the quality of the blended whisky derives from the quality of its component ingredients, then MacDuff's whisky must be the finest whisky in the world, because it blends no fewer than five Scotland's finest single-malt whi...
It can't be C as 'the passage' is not the right noun.
A is wrong due to the idiom 'intent of', we have intent to do sth or intent on doing sth
D is the correct answer
My answer: Premise 1: Total weight of beverage containers REDUCES continuously Premise 2: using of AL & glass containers is the main reason Premise 3: AL cans is used more than glass cans Premise 4: in Total weight of beverage containers, Glass cans is reduced MORE than AL cans Questions: what h...
I think the structure "not like last year, but good enought" is a correct example of not like... but
So E is my answer as D, the modifier "they" is ambiguous or ambivalent
Premise 1: Tourists in Springfield > Tourists in Harristown Premise 2: Tourists in Largest hotel in Harristown > Tourists in Royal Arms Hotel in Springfield Premise 3: Both are true Paradox: my expected answer is that the there're more hotels larger than Royal Arms Hotel in Springfield in order to m...
Hi Maciek, I don't understand why C is out of scope, as thundershowers, which sometimes result from low-pressure systems and we have premise that A low-pressure weather system is approaching Plainville , therefore if we know C, we could determine the probability that Plainville will have a thundersh...
6 is a factor of product m*n -> m or n at least has 2
1. If m, n is odd -> no 2 factor -> not sufficient
2. m = 3/2 n -> 2m = 3n. n absolutely has 2 as its factor and m has 3 as its factor -> n=2k and m=3g -> m*n = 6*k*g, k,g in N.
-> B is the answer
My answer is E 1. (x+y)^2 = x^2 + y^2 + 2xy > 6. We can't determine the value of 2xy -> Not sufficient 2. xy = 2 . x=1, y=2 -> x^2+y^2 < 6 buy x=1/6, y=6 absolutely has bigger value -> Not sufficient 1&2. x^2 + y^2 > 2 but it doesn't mean x^2+y^2 > 6 or <6 -> Not sufficient
I agree with the OA.
The another side is 100/x -> Perimeter of cycle is 2*Pi*r = (100/x+x)*2 -> r = (100/x+x)/Pi
Area of the cycle = Pi*r^2 = Pi*(100/x+x)^2/Pi^2 = (100/x+x)^2/Pi