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Alaska is the subject and choice D correctly makes use of "its".
A choice, though uses its, appears to be too wordy.
What's the OA?
I would go for (B).
B -> stands crisp, with the meaning unchanged.
E, I think, changes the meaning of the original sentence, by saying that the fees was required where in, the original statement says that fees was paid.
Please correct me should I be wrong.
D - says that 'as big as 30 foot long' ... We can't associate big with length..
I would for E, as 'it' clearly indicates the reference to the whale and not the 32 species.
That was really thoughtful of you..I was exactly looking for this kind of consolidated list..Thanks much!
- by sandeepsept5
Sun Jun 03, 2007 4:29 am
- Forum: GMAT Math
- Topic: Thought this might help! List of Quant topics on GMAT
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