GMAT Practice Question Set #16 (Question 46-48)

Sentence Correction Question #48: Voting Machine Mistakes  
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Malfunctioning voting machines, invalid ballots, voter mistakes, and shortcomings at voting polls have been cited by a recent research of an historical US election, which estimated that they did not consider 2 million to 5 million of the 80 million votes cast.

(A)

Malfunctioning voting machines, invalid ballots, voter mistakes, and shortcomings at voting polls have been cited by a recent research reportof an historical US election, which estimated that they did not considered 2 million to 5 million of the 80 million votes.

(B)

Citing malfunctioning voting machines, invalid ballots, voter mistakes, and shortcomings at voting polls, a recent research report of an historical US election has estimated that 2 million to 5 million of the 80 million votes cast were not considered.

(C)

Citing malfunctioning voting machines, invalid ballots, voter mistakes, and shortcomings at voting polls, 2 million to 5 million of the 80 million votes cast were not considered in an historical US election, a recent research reportestimates.

(D)

A recent research reporthas cited malfunctioning voting machines, invalid ballots, voter mistakes, and shortcomings at voting polls in estimating that 2 million to 5 million of the 80 million votes that were cast had not been considered in an historical US election.

(E)

A recent research reportof an historical US election, citing malfunctioning voting machines, invalid ballots, voter mistakes, and shortcomings at voting polls, has estimated 2 million to 5 million votes had not been considered of the 80 million votes cast.

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