Nemeth single-word switch indicator

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    The following appears in a 1st grade math workbook being transcribed in UEB with embedded Nemeth: 4 tens = 40. The opening Nemeth code indicator is placed before the 4 and the closing Nemeth indicator is placed after the 40. Question: Is the single word switch incicator used before the word "tens" within the equation?
    Thanks in advance for your help.
    edited by jg17wp on 6/29/2015


    No, the word 'tens' in this example is part of the math and does not need the switch indicator. It is, of course, uncontracted as it is next to an equal sign.


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