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    variable or variables

    Please correct:

    This tool introduces stimulation information as external variables to the system.


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    Re: variable or variables

    The sentence is way too awakard as is. You'll need to rework it. By the way, information is singular; e.g, ... introduces information as an external variable to the system (awkward in meaning, but syntactically correct).

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