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    We submitted a paper and now, reviewers comment about our papers. we are answering to their comments.

    Is bold parts of the following sentences correct grammatically?

    "In this research the y+ value of first cell at the wall is in the ranges between 30 to 55.

    *And also in Eq.5, Ar means: A*r and A is defined in Nomenclature table as:

    A=(π〖D_t〗^2 (1-ν^2 ))⁄(4 )(m^2)


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    Re: as

    In the first, I would say the value of the first cell ranges between 30 and 55. At the wall sounds odd to me. In the second, I would use as follows:


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