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    Is "which" the right word here?

    I need help with this one:

    "There are a number of additional variables which impacts would be interesting to test, ..."

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    Re: Is "which" the right word here?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jobs View Post
    I need help with this one:

    "There are a number of additional variables which impacts would be interesting to test, ..."
    Yes, but you need a different construction and more words:

    There are a number of additional variables, the impacts of which would be interesting to test.

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