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Handbook for Spoken Mathematics

Calculus and Analysis

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The expression, letter a, is shown in braille below its print equivalent.

Speak: a
Note: usually means acceleration

The expression, uppercase letter I, is shown in braille below its print equivalent.

Speak: capital i
Note: usually means inertia

The expression, lowercase letter k, is shown in braille below its print equivalent.

Speak: k
Note: usually means radius of gyration

The expressions, lowercase letter, s, and lowercase Greek letter, sigma, are shown in braille below their print equivalents.

Speak: s
Or Speak: sigma
Note: usually means length of arc

The expressions, lowercase letter, s, with dot above and lowercase letter v are shown in braille below their print equivalents.

Speak: s dot
Or Speak: v
Note: usually means velocity
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