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What is the correct pronounciation between these two pronouncement;"faqadihtadaa &faqadihtadaw..?

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salaamu alaikum warahmatullah.
What is the correct pronounciation between these two pronouncement;"faqadihtadaa &faqadihtadaw because i saw the waw with no sukoon writen {surah al baqarah & ali imraan}.

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Wa alaikum assalaam wa rahmatullahi wa barakaatuh
In Allah, the Exalted's words: , there is no vowel written on the letter .  Whenever there is no vowel on a letter, it is saakin (voweless). 
In the phrase in surah Al-Baqarah:
we see the first pronounced letter after the   saakinah in is another , and we can notice that the second (the first one after the saakinah,  has a shaddah.  That  is because if we joined together the two phrases, the first which is saakinah merges into the second (we have an idhghaam), which is the rule we normally have when we have two of the same letter meeting between two words and the first has no vowel and the second voweled.
In this case then since the is saakinah we would recite it ihtadaw when stopping.   We cannot pronounce it with an alif as there is no alif written there. 
When joining this phrase with the next phrase we have to merge the first into the of the next word ihtadawwa with a nabr (accent)  when making the idghaam (merging) because this is a wow leeniyyah. 
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