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Problems with correct sentences

I would like to study related algebraic problems in the complexity framework,one of the challenge in this would be to find suitable parameter for these problems.

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I would like to study related algebraic problems in the complexity framework. One of the challenge in this would be to find suitable parameter for these problems.

Question : Which one is more correct?

closed as off-topic by Janus Bahs Jacquet, tchrist Feb 8 '18 at 12:31

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  • I have edited the question. – Complexity Feb 8 '18 at 8:53
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They are two sentences, so the second version is better. But it is not good English unless you make challenge a plural: challenges.

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