[Grammar] the higher of (the) two (funds)

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uktous

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Hi,

Question:
Which sentence is correct?

Sentence1:
Company A will pay money and company B will pay money.
You will receive the higher of two.
Sentence2:
Company A will pay money and company B will pay money.
You will receive the higher of the two.
Sentence3:
Company A will pay money and company B will pay money.
You will receive the higher of two funds.
Sentence4:
Company A will pay money and company B will pay money.
You will receive the higher of the two funds.

Thanks
 

Raymott

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Hi,

Question:
Which sentence is correct?

Sentence1:
Company A will pay money and company B will pay money.
You will receive the higher of two.
Sentence2:
Company A will pay money and company B will pay money.
You will receive the higher of the two.
Sentence3:
Company A will pay money and company B will pay money.
You will receive the higher of two funds.
Sentence4:
Company A will pay money and company B will pay money.
You will receive the higher of the two funds.

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You will receive the higher of the two amounts.
You will receive the fund with the higher amount of money.
 
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