In a question on the Physics SE site I wanted to formulate the following sentence (a sentence consisting of two cases):
- The fast accelerating person is in front. 2. The slowly accelerating person is in front.
In more words I can clarify this:
- The person who is accelerating with a larger acceleration is in front. 2. The person who is accelerating with a smaller acceleration is in front.
I feel that the first version which is written in fewer words is wrong. The words "fast" and "slowly" don't seem consistent and might not fit correctly in the sentence.
Can the first version above be fixed while keeping it short and concise?