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    #1

    have to do with vs have something to do with

    Hello,

    I think both have the same meaning. Are they interchangeable?

    ex: This equation is related to/ have something to do with/ have to do with kinetic energy.

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    Re: have to do with vs have something to do with

    1 - This equation is related to kinetic energy.
    2 - This equation has to do with kinetic energy.
    3 - This equation has something to do with kinetic energy.
    (1) indicates strongest connection; (2) is weaker than (1); (3) is weaker then (2).

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