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February 6, 2014



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Today's Practice GMAT Question:

Unlike exploring wrecks for recreational divers, in government concerns they are analyzed over a period of years in order to identify environmental dangers and protect military secrets.
(A) Unlike exploring wrecks for recreational divers, in government concerns they are analyzed
(B) Unlike wrecks that are explored by recreational divers, in exploring for government concerns, they are analyzed
(C) Unlike recreational divers exploring wrecks, analyzing wrecks in government concerns is done
(D) For recreational divers, wrecks are explored briefly, whereas for government concerns wrecks are analyzed
(E) For recreational divers, the exploration of wrecks is brief, whereas for government concerns they are analyzed


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