The instruction "We will now create the root (/) partition" is ambiguous - as it could refer to partitions situated under / or / itself. It is clear later on that it means partitions under / because / gets created in a later step. I changed the wording
# If you have used your hard disk for previous Linux (Centos) distributions, you should remove them. Click on the distribution, and for each partition, select the partition and click the remove button (minus sign) and confirm deletion.
::Remember that the sizes are recorded in MB (eg. 30 GB = 30000 MB) and you should multiply GB by a factor of 1024 to get the correct size. (eg. '''30 GB x 1024 = 30720 MB''')<br><br>
<ol><li value="5">We will now create the root (/) partition. '''Click on the add button (plus) sign'''.<br></li>
<li>In the '''Add a New Mount Point''', click the drop-down button and select '''/boot/efi''' (or '''/boot''' if ''/boot/efi'' is not present) for the mount point and type '''2954''' as the desired capacity, and then click '''Add mount point'''.</li>
<li>When you return to the main screen, make certain that this mount point is a '''Standard Partition''' and <u>not</u> ''LVM''.</li>
<li>A Summary of Changes screen will appear to show the partitioning operations that will be created. Click the '''Accept Changes''' and click '''Begin Installation''' in the Installation Summary screen to proceed with the installation.</li>
=== Part 3: Completing the Installation ===