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I have a sentence. I want to rewrite it is more clear. Could you help me to correct it? I am not family of English. Thank you in advance

Explanation: I considered three methods: method A, B and C to measure the weight of each box. I want to measure which one is best method. To fair comparison among methods, the number of books in each box has to same. For example, if I have 8 books in box1. I will use method A to measure the weight of box1. Then I need to use same amount of book (8 books) to measure the weight using method B. The bellow sentence describer what I said. However, it is not clear to understand. Could you help me to correct it?

To fair comparison among methods, the amount of book in each box of referenced method is same with amount of book in compared method.

closed as off-topic by jimm101, Hot Licks, Edwin Ashworth, ab2, Mitch Mar 29 '16 at 13:53

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  • Well, for starters you would say "I want to rewrite it to be more clear" or (less attractive) "I want to rewrite it more clearly". – Hot Licks Mar 29 '16 at 12:38
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"In order to create an accurate comparison, each box used for calculating the weight contains the same number of books."

  • Hello, kpt. This question is not suitable for ELU (there are plenty of other websites which offer writing / editing advice). Giving an answer sends out the wrong message to other users / potential users. – Edwin Ashworth Mar 29 '16 at 12:46

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