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Post Fri May 09, 2008 10:17 am
Why couldn't C be the answer to the question "Uranium from sea water". Please see attachment. I had to use an attacment because it is a screen shot from the GMAT Powerprep test.
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The evidence in C is acknowledged in the argument "until the cost...can be reduced", so it's not really that useful in evaluating. The evidence in A is a factor that would force the hand of the uranium miners -- if the uranium on land runs out, it will have to be mined from seawater regardless of cost or technological advancements.

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