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    #1

    The more uniform images are, the better they appear to be.

    Hi!

    Is it grammatically correct to say these two sentences?

    1)The more uniform images are, the better they appear to be.
    2)The less uniform images are, the worse they appear to be.

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    Re: The more uniform images are, the better they appear to be.

    They are both grammatical, but I am not sure I get the meanings.

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