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    Question Tricky sentences

    "The questions that must be answered when applying this procedure are which type the parameter a – a1, a2, or a3; which value of the parameter b; and which algorithm for the provedure to choose."

    Tricky, isn't it? Too tricky to be correct, I think! What you think of this?

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    Re: Tricky sentences

    Hello Nyggus
    Very tricky!
    I wonder if this closer to your intended meaning:
    The questions that must be answered when applying this procedure are: 1) what type parameter A is, i.e. A1, A2, or A3; 2) what the value of parameter B is; and 3) which algorithm to choose for the procedure.
    All the best,
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    Question Re: Tricky sentences

    Hi, MrP. Almost! The problem is that "to choose" should refer to all three points (A), (B), and (C). (I know it wasn't so obviuos in my sentence!) Then, what should we do with this?

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    Re: Tricky sentences

    Oh, I see! What about:


    When applying this procedure, you must choose: 1) what type of parameter A is, i.e. A1, A2, or A3; 2) what the value of parameter B is; and 3) which algorithm to use.


    Is that any better?

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    Thumbs up Re: Tricky sentences

    That's perfect! Thanks a lot, MrP.!

    Nyggus

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