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Handbook for Spoken Mathematics

Logic and Set Theory

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The symbol for therefore is shown in braille below its print equivalent.

Speak: therefore

The symbol for such that is shown in braille below its print equivalent.

Speak: such that

The expression representing not p is shown in braille below the print equivalent.

Speak: not p

The expression representing both p and q is shown in braille below the print equivalent.

Speak: both p and q
Or Speak: p and q

The expressions, at least one of p and q or p or q, is shown in braille below the print equivalent.

Speak: at least one of p and q
Or Speak: p or q
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