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Question:

What is the

In other words, what does the word "which" modify in the above sentence?

Possible answers:

(1) Logic

(2) The whole preceding phrase

(that is, "Logic is the essence of rationality and the foundation of mathematics")

(3) the essence of rationality and the foundation of mathematics

(4) rationality and mathematics

(5) mathematics.

My view:

Answer (4) [rationality and mathematics] is half correct.

Answer (5) [mathematics] is the most correct.

Am I right? Thank you very much for reading my post.

Source: http://ganymede.meccahosting.com/~a0003e53/A Taxonomy for Computer Education.pdfLogic is the essence of rationality and the foundation of mathematics, onwhichin turn the whole of science and technology is based.

Question:

What is the

**antecedent**of the relative pronoun "**which**" in the above sentence?In other words, what does the word "which" modify in the above sentence?

Possible answers:

(1) Logic

(2) The whole preceding phrase

(that is, "Logic is the essence of rationality and the foundation of mathematics")

(3) the essence of rationality and the foundation of mathematics

(4) rationality and mathematics

(5) mathematics.

My view:

Answer (4) [rationality and mathematics] is half correct.

Answer (5) [mathematics] is the most correct.

Am I right? Thank you very much for reading my post.

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