When editing students technical writing,
I find myself making certain corrections
or suggestions frequently.
In order to => To
Made use of => used
The wonderful results are shown in Fig. 1.
Fig. 1 shows the wonderful results.
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This is an example of a sentence,
which should not have a ", which" clause in it.
Instead it should be written as follows.
This is an example of a sentence
that is written properly.
Punctuate equations, even displayed ones,
as if they are part of the sentence, because they are!
Usually equations have a comma or a period at the end.
Avoid starting a sentence with an equation.
Use a comma after "i.e." or "e.g." usually,
e.g., in this example.