and yet (however) the final solution has not been found

Ma_linka

Senior Member
Russian
Hi, does this sentence sound ok?

Investigations dedicated to this problem resulted in the development of promision techniques; and yet the final solution has not been found.

Or should I use however?

Thanks
 
  • Ma_linka

    Senior Member
    Russian
    Glasguensis, thanks. I need to say something like alongside with that, at the same time, etc., not simply but.
    Are there any other options?
     
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