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    comparision sentence

    The first object is attached to the first position.
    The height from the ground to the first position is 1 meter.

    The second object is attached to the second position.
    The height from the ground to the second position is 5 meters.



    I want to transform the above sentences to one sentence using comparision.

    "The second object is attached to a position high than the first object. "
    This sentense I made is unclear. Please help .

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    Re: comparision sentence

    The first object is attached to the first position.
    The height from the ground to the first position is 1 meter.
    The second object is attached to the second position.
    The height from the ground to the second position is 5 meters.
    I want to transform the above sentences to one sentence using comparision.
    "The second object is attached to a position high than the first object. "
    This sentense I made is unclear. Please help .
    There are probably various ways to say it. Here's one.

    Respectively, the first and second objects are attached to the first and second positions, which are 1 and 5 meters from the ground.


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    Re: comparision sentence

    Thank you for reply.

    But I want to use 'comparision', because specific value such as '1 meter' is not provided.

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