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Handbook for Spoken Mathematics

Greek Alphabet

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The upper and lower cases of the Greek letter alpha are shown in braille below their print equivalents.

Speak: alpha
Note: pronounced: al fuh
Corresponding Roman Letter: a
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The upper and lower cases of the Greek letter beta are shown in braille below their print equivalents.

Speak: beta
Note: pronounced: bay tuh
Corresponding Roman Letter: b
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The upper and lower cases of the Greek letter gamma are shown in braille below their print equivalents.

Speak: gamma
Note: pronounced: gam muh
Corresponding Roman Letter: g
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The upper and lower cases of the Greek letter delta are shown in braille below their print equivalents.

Speak: delta
Note: pronounced: del tuh
Corresponding Roman Letter: d
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The upper and lower cases of the Greek letter epsilon are shown in braille below their print equivalents.

Speak: epsilon
Note: pronounced: ep suh lon
Corresponding Roman Letter: e
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