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comment Convolve vs. convolute
Thanks @zpletan, that's what I was after.
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comment Convolve vs. convolute
@user545424 Can you please back up your first sentence? Also, see my edit.
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comment Convolve vs. convolute
@Jim Neither is universally proper. Both are in dictionaries and both are accepted; but to varying degrees in different countries. I wanted to know if the same situation existed for convolve/convoluted.That "orientate" probably came about as a back-formation from "orientation" is irrelevant.
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