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The Complexity of Solutions to the Global Poverty Issue

GMAT-7SAA0Y

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This question presents a sentence, part of which or all of which is underlined. Beneath the sentence, you will find five ways of phrasing the underlined part. The first of these repeats the original; the other four are different. If you think the original is best, choose the first answer; otherwise, choose one of the others.

The multifaceted complexity of the global poverty issue requires serious contemplation of potential solutions, including but not limited to the establishment of social safety nets, the propagation of sustainable and environmentally-conscious development plans, and the abolition of human rights violations, all of which must be detailed for the individual needs of particular countries and regions.

A

potential solutions, including but not limited to the establishment of social safety nets, the propagation of sustainable and environmentally-conscious development plans, and the abolition of human rights violations, all of which must be detailed for the individual needs of particular countries and regions.

B

potential solutions: including but not limited to establishing social safety nets, propagating sustainable and environmentally-conscious development plans, and abolishing human rights violations; all of which must be individually detailed for the needs of particular countries and regions.

C

potential solutions that include but are not limited to the establishment of social safety nets, the propagation of sustainable, environmentally-conscious development plans, and the abolition of human rights violations, which must be individually detailed for the needs of particular countries and regions.

D

potential solutions, all of which must be individually detailed for the needs of particular countries and regions, which include but are not limited to, first, the establishment of social safety nets; second, the propagation of sustainable and environmentally-conscious development plans; and third, the abolition of human rights violations.

E

potential solutions that include but are not limited to: the establishment of social safety nets, the propagation of sustainable and environmentally-conscious development plans, and the abolition of human rights violations, which must be individually detailed for the needs of particular countries and regions.