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    In compare - To compare

    Hi,

    I have two following sentences:

    1. To compare with Theorem 1, the strength of this result is just technical.

    2. The strength of this result is just technical in comparing with Theorem 1.

    Please tell me if both are ok and which one is better. Thanks.
    (actually I do not want to use "more ... than")


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    Re: In compare - To compare

    Use "in comparison with" for both. Also possible: "compared with", "compared against" Theorem 1. I would tend to prefer the last one.

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    Re: In compare - To compare

    Quote Originally Posted by chaikad View Post
    Use "in comparison with" for both. Also possible: "compared with", "compared against" Theorem 1. I would tend to prefer the last one.
    Dear chaikad,

    Thank you, my teacher

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