Test: GMAT Verbal

Replace the underlined portion with the answer choice that results in a sentence that is clear, precise, and meets the requirements of standard written English.

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Looking at a number of convicted criminals who had been charged with familiar crimes, the chief of detectives felt he would be able to solve the high profile case.

Looking at a number of convicted criminals who had been charged with similar crimes,

Looking at a number of convicted criminals who having been charged with familiar crimes,

Looking to a number of convicted criminals who had been charged with familiar crimes,

Looking at a number of convicted criminals who had been charged with familiar crimes,

Looking at a number of convicted criminals that had been charged with familiar crimes,

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