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    Question Satisfy/satisfying

    1. A group consists of elements satisfying the following conditions.
    2. A group consists of elements that satisfy the following conditions.
    Is the meaning of both sentences the same and a choice between them is just a matter of style? If yes, is one of them preferable?

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    Nyggus

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    Re: Satisfy/satisfying

    1. A group consists of elements satisfying the following conditions. (awkward)

    2. A group consists of elements that satisfy the following conditions.(correct)

    A group consists of elements which satisfy the following conditions. (preferable)

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