Use of "Is" or "Are"

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What would be correct?
"This implies that both quantity and quality is/are important here."

is are edited Feb 05 at 11:03 Bushra New member

What if it says "Both the quantity and the quality is/are important"

BushraFeb 05 at 11:02

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This implies that both quantity and quality are  important here."

link answered Feb 05 at 08:54 Sanjay Contributor

What if it says "Both the quantity and the quality is/are important"

BushraFeb 05 at 11:03

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