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    #1

    such as

    We have to recognize the validity of the laws of the diffraction of light, such as entered into the manufacture of the microscope.


    What does 'such as' mean in this sentence?
    a-Those laws of the diffration of light that entered into the manufacture of the microscope
    b-The laws of the diffraction of light, in the state they were in when the entered into the manufacure of the mucroscope.


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    Re: such as

    I'm not sure what it is meant to mean. It is simply wrong. It is not clear what 'entered' means either. Perhaps it means 'We have to recognize the validity of the laws of the diffraction of light, which underpinned the manufacture of the microscope.'

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