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”Based on” vs. ”based upon” ?
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Vsevuskav profile picture Vsevuskav3 weeks ago
I would just stick to ’based on’, which I believe should be acceptable in any situation. Someone speaking a different dialect to me might disagree, but I think ’based upon’ sounds very formal and even a little weird.
will_stewa profile picture will_stewa3 weeks ago
Either will work. Upon is more specific.