I was curious about how English articles work with cases such as:
For all of the simulations, the B = 15 mT, the f = 10 kHz.
The B and f are of course defined earlier in the text and are used in the same context in the entirety of the text as well. Is it ok to write "the" before each parameter in such sentences? Or should I omit it?
I couldn't find a source that gives a definitive answer on how to use English articles in equations like or equalities like this. I think it's better to omit articles in this case but when I read the sentence in my mind, I read it like "B equals 15 mT" and feel like there should be an article.