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I have the following sentence:

We take advantage of these approaches as described in the following section.

Or is it better to omit "as":

We take advantage of these approaches described in the following section.

I am not not quite clear how the meaning change with/without 'as' in this case. Any insights?

  • Even if you'd done some research, that would be a question of style choice. – Robbie Goodwin Mar 14 '18 at 0:21
  • Best there would be "We take advantage of those approaches described in the following section" but what did your dictionaries and search engines leave unclear, please? – Robbie Goodwin Mar 17 '18 at 19:20

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