I have learned that a commonly mistake in math papers is the phrase
by ... we have that ... instead it would be correct to just leave the
Now I am wondering how to correctly use
yield. In particular, when I am saying something like
Applying theorem XY yields a=b.
I had a discussion about that and I would say this is correct but some say that it should be
Applying theorem XY yields that a=b.
I found this on this website, which suggests that I don't need the
that, but I am still not sure.
Another occurrence where I am not sure whether this is correct is
Theorem XY yields the convergence of the sequence. Can I use
yield as a synonym for
How do I correctly use the verb