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diff --git a/Tensor-product-structures-for-polynomials-and-quadrature.md b/Tensor-product-structures-for-polynomials-and-quadrature.md
index d89c1b4..9e035e0 100644
--- a/Tensor-product-structures-for-polynomials-and-quadrature.md
+++ b/Tensor-product-structures-for-polynomials-and-quadrature.md
@@ -50,7 +50,9 @@ where the access operator `[]` returns a `Point` created on the
fly. Additionally, it allows direct access to the one-dimensional
point sets. Similarly, we can consider a class `TensorProductWeights`.
-Note that while we are currently not making use of this (?),
+Note that while we are currently not making use of this (**this is false**:
+there are classes to integrate singularities which are not based on tensor
+product quadrature formulas...),
`Quadrature` is not restricted to tensor products. Therefore,
`TensorProductQuadrature` is not going to be an equivalent
replacement.
@@ -74,7 +76,7 @@ The convention for the indices shall be that `d=1,...,dim`, `di`
enumerates the coordinates in direction `d`, and `i` enumerates all
quadrature points.
-```
+```cpp
template
class TensorProductPoints
{