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Handbook for Spoken Mathematics

Linear Algebra

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Two examples of matrices are shown in braille below their print equivalents. The first two by two matrix is displayed as follows: first row: opening enlarged square bracket, numeral 2, comma, numeral 7, closing enlarged square bracket, second row: opening enlarged square bracket, numeral 3, comma, numeral 10, closing enlarged square bracket. The second two by two matrix is displayed as follows: first row: opening enlarged square bracket, numeral 2, numeral 7, closing enlarged square bracket, second row: opening enlarged square bracket, numeral 3, numeral 10, closing enlarged square bracket.

Speak: two by two matrix first row two seven second row three ten
Or Speak: two by two matrix first column two three second column seven ten

The expression, a subscript i j, is shown in braille below its print equivalent.

Speak: a sub i j

The expression, lowercase m cross lowercase n, is shown in braille below its print equivalent.

Speak: m cross n
Or Speak: m by n

The expression, lowercase a subscript lowercase letter i, plus one, lowercase letter j, is shown in braille below its print equivalent.

Speak: a double subscript i plus one comma j

The expression, lowercase letter a, subscript lowercase letter I, comma, lowercase letter j, minus one, is shown in braille below its print equivalent.

Speak: a double subscript i comma j minus one
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