I have the following sentence:
"Section 4 demonstrates the benefits of the developed methods with three case studies"
Is 'with' correct here? Or do I have to use 'by'?
I'd appreciate every comment.
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Use by instead of with....
We use by when we say what we do to get a result. See: https://dictionary.cambridge.org/grammar/british-grammar/prepositions-and-particles/by
So " Section 4 demonstrates the benefits of the developed methods by three case studies"