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Hello,

I have a question about the best turn of phrase, the one that you think would be the most "pleasant" and correct to read. Here are my suggestions:

- Such a system is then divided into two distinct configurations.
- Such a system is then available in two distinct configurations.
- Such a system is then declined in two distinct configurations.
- Such a system then comes in two distincts configurations.

Thank you for your time.

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What is your purpose?

Are you explaining this system to some students?

Are you trying to sell this system?

"declined" does not make any sense.

"distinct" is an adjective. We do not make it plural.

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candle blue 244Such a system is then available in two distinct configurations.

This one is pretty good, but I don't see any reason to include 'then'.

But maybe you mean

Such a system occurs in two distinct configurations.
OR
There are two distinct configurations for such a system.

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CJ

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I am writing a scientific paper and I am a non-native speaker. For context, I have "A radar system is used to ... []. Such a system [...]." and I stumble on this second sentence.

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