Thank you for the question. I see that you have used the opening enlarged curly braces (as are used in print), a grade 1 passage for the function and its various qualifying expressions as well as for the intervening word “for,” and appropriate symbols of comparison. This is clearly a well thought out transcription.
Please let me suggest reviewing the points highlighted in the attached image. Those are:
- a grade 1 symbol indicator before a superscript indicator within a grade 1 passage
- a lack of enlarged grouping symbol on a line with a runover within an expression printed to the right of the enlarged curly brace
- a grade 1 symbol indicator before a letter standing alone within a grade 1 passage
- a terminator for the square root placed after the point where the printed vinculum of the square root ends
I think we should do away with both of those grade 1 symbol indicators, place an enlarged grouping symbol on the runover line, and move the terminator after the x. How does that sound to you?