In case of or In the case of?


I am writing a thesis.

Now I feel difficulty to use the word "case".

For example,


In the case of small w,

In case of small w,

In the case that w is small,

(Here w is a parameter in my simulation)


Which is the best to use? What is the difference among them?

grammar asked Oct 15 '13 at 09:26 Korphy New member

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