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Dear all, I'm writing a paper for a scientific journal and I need to save as much typographic space as I can. In a proposition, I need to specify that the parameters "d" and "l" assume values between zero and one. I am wondering if (in scientific writing) is it correct to write "0<d,l<1", instead of writing separately "0<d<1" and "0<l<1". Thanks!

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