Very popular from 1900 until the 1920s, the renewed interest in ceiling fans began when the energy crisis in 1974 forced homeowners to look for alternative methods of heating and cooling.
(A) Very popular from 1900 until the 1920s, the renewed interest in ceiling fans began
(B) The renewed interest in ceiling fans, which were very popular from 1900 until the 1920s, began
(C) After they were very popular from 1900 until the 1920s, the renewed interest in ceiling fans was beginning
(D) Ceiling fans were very popular from 1900 until the 1920s, with renewed interest beginning in them
(E) From 1900 until the 1920s ceiling fans were very popular, and now the renewed interest in them has begun
Can someone please help me to know why is E worng
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Preliminary analysis of information collected by a NASA science probe that passed by
Comet Hartley 2 last week shows unmistakable correlations between jets of dust
around the comet's body and carbon dioxide also known as dry ice.
A. shows unmistakable correlations between jets of dust around the comet's
body and carbon dioxide
B. show unmistakable correlations between jets of dust around the comet's body
with carbon dioxide
C. shows unmistakable correlations among jets of dust around the comet's body
and carbon dioxide
D. show unmistakable correlations between jets of dust around the body of the
comet along with carbon dioxide
E. shows unmistakable correlations of jets of dust around the comet's body with
Source is SC Grail.
Which option is correct and why? Correlate with is the correct idiom but ans states otherwise.
dudeabhi011 SaysAnswer is D , deepak can you please xplain the logic behind it thanks.
Planners in City X noticed that many of the trees in the city were dying because of exposure to increased levels of air and water pollution. A study they commissioned revealed that sycamore trees actually thrive in environments with elevated levels of carbon monoxide, the main pollutant emitted by automobiles. In order to reverse the trend of dying trees, the city adopted a policy to replace all sick trees with sycamore trees.
Which of the following, if true, would most weaken the logic employed by the city planners?
a) In the forest, oak trees live an average of 70 years while sycamore trees only live for an average of 50 years.
b) Automobile manufacturers are developing newer car models that emit significantly fewer pollutants.
c) A survey by Urban Forests found that the sycamore is the most common tree in American cities.
d) The city recently installed low exhaust buses for its public transportation system.
e) Sycamore trees are extremely sensitive to sulfur dioxide, the main component of acid rain
College professor: College students do not write nearly as well as they used to. Almost all of the papers that my students have done for me this year have been poorly written and ungrammatical.
Which one of the following is the most serious weakness in the argument made by the professor?
(A) It requires confirmation that the change in the professor's students is representative of a change among college students in general.
(B) It offers no proof to the effect that the professor is an accurate judge of writing ability.
(C) It does not take into account the possibility that the professor is a poor teacher.
(D) It fails to present contrary evidence.
(E) It fails to define its terms sufficiently.
mithun_vrs SaysAny updates from recent GMAT takers. As propagated in many sites do idioms usage Qs still exist in SC. Kindly confirm.