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    Could you help me improve this sentence?

    Hi,
    Could you help me improve this sentence?

    In the current case, while increasing x y(x) converges more slowly than it does (or did?) in the previous case.

    y(x) is a function of x and a parameter a. For each value of a we have a "case", just an example , let's say y(x)=x^a (x to the power a), in the previous case a=-2, the present case a = -1.

    Thanks so much.

    Have a nice day.

    H

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    Exclamation Re: Could you help me improve this sentence?

    Quote Originally Posted by hanky View Post
    Hi,
    Could you help me improve this sentence?

    In the current case, while increasing x y(x) converges more slowly than it does (or did?) in the previous case.

    y(x) is a function of x and a parameter a. For each value of a we have a "case", just an example , let's say y(x)=x^a (x to the power a), in the previous case a=-2, the present case a = -1.

    Thanks so much.

    Have a nice day.

    H
    In this case, with an increase in value of x , Y(x) converges more slowly than it did in the previous case.

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