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Do all these sentences mean th same:


a) "Cats have fewer cones than humans, hence their ability to see fewer colours."


b) "Cats have fewer cones than humans, thus their ability to see fewer colours."


c) "Cats have fewer cones than humans, therefore their ability to see fewer colours."

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I've seen 'hence' in that role as a connector, yes, but 'thus' less often. I'm not aware of 'therefore' being used that way.

All three of those words are normally used with a full clause. I would stick with 'hence' for these cases where you don't have a full clause.

CJ