[see also: if, whenever]

Then $F$ becomes inner when extended to $B$.

It is important to pay attention to the ranges of the mappings involved when trying to define ......

When reading the proof of Lemma 2, it is helpful to keep in mind that ......

When is it the case that ......?

We have $d(f,g)=0$ precisely when $f=g$ a.e.

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