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    #1

    Red face follow from

    Hi, regarding sentence below:

    "Our ability to resolve frequency components follows from Rayleigh's criterion for the resolution of adjacent spectral peaks in light shone onto a diffraction grating."

    what does mean "follow from"?


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    Re: follow from

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    It "derives from" or "comes from".

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    Re: follow from

    It logically follows.

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