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    #1

    from coal as well as from petroleum

    Energy is derived from coal as well as from petroleum.
    Energy is derived from coal as well as petroleum.

    Which one is correct, the first or the second sentence?

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    Re: from coal as well as from petroleum

    They're both correct.
    I am not a teacher.

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