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I asked a question at another SE

Is there some connection between these 2 empirical cumulative distribution functions?

This description can be viewed as

"Is there some connection between these 2 math objects?"

or

"Is there some connection between these 2 math formula?"

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Is this expression "Is there some connection between X and Y" clear and idiomatic?

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The short answer to this question is yes.

It is correct idiomatic English to say

"Is there some connection between X and Y?"

and any native English speaker should know exactly what you mean.

"Are X and Y connected?"

is another way of asking the same question.

  • As Peter Jennings says. Alternatively you might use a or any instead of 'some'. Or ask, 'Can you find any connection between X and Y?' – Old Brixtonian Sep 27 '19 at 1:48

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