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    #1

    How can I express shortly, that I use something for something?

    Hi!

    I mean for example the following:


    -Valuation of bonds by present value approach/method
    -Valuation of bonds with the help of present value approach/method
    -Valuation of bonds using present value approach/method

    What would be right and the most common?

    Thanks

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    #2

    Re: How can I express shortly, that I use something for something?

    I would not use the second. I would say the present value approach.

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