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    Question Gain

    Hi, is the following sentence correct?

    "Therefore, it is worth to answer the question, what is the gain of efficiency of the first version in comparison to the second version of the procedure, against a background of various values of parameters of the procedure."

    Should it be "gain in"?

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    Nyggus

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    Re: Gain

    Hello Nyggus

    Yes, "gain in". Also, "It is worth asking the question..."

    See you,
    MrP

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