In the conclusion part of my article, I want to describe the proposed method A is based on methods B and C, literally the combination of B and C: Pros of B and C are taken and cons are avoided.

So can we say: A takes advantages of both B and C, and the limitations in B and C are eliminated/removed?

I believe there is a better way to compose the above sentence.

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Best of both worlds

Method A is the best of both worlds, taking the advantages of B and C without the drawbacks.


I would suggest: "A combines the advantages of both B and C, while avoiding the limitations of each."

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