perpendicular symbol as a subscript

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    Cheri A. Wales

    Hello.  I understand how to format a perpendicular symbol used in its typical way. But I'm trying to braille a physics equation sheet and it has an equation that has the perpendicular sign as a subscript (please see the attached image). Do I ignore the fact it's a symbol of comparison and just braille it as a subscript (no empty cell on either side)? Thank you.

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    Lindy Walton

    How interesting!

    Since the perpendicular sign is not functioning as a comparison sign here, you are correct to transcribe it as you would any other subscript.

    _% R;$P",F _:

    Cheri A. Wales

    Thank you!  I tried to find a rule in Nemeth 1972 about it and didn't see anything.

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