I have a few questions pertaining to the Provisional Guidance on when to switch from UEB to Nemeth. As can be seen, most of my questions are regarding when to switch within exercises and tests.
On page 684, question 4, of the print pages I have submitted, would the plotted points be transcribed as enclosed list in Nemeth Mode or in UEB?
On page 684, question 7, would the list of percents be transcribed in Nemeth or UEB? Provisional Guidance, Additional Guidelines, number 2, says to use Nemeth for such symbols if they occur in nearby math notation. What about in an instance like this?
On page 685, question 35, would such a simple table have to be transcribed in Nemeth Mode according to Provisional Guidance, Formatting, number 10, or could it be done in UEB so such long headers could be contracted?
On page 686, question 3, would a list of answer choices consisting of numbers be done in Nemeth or UEB? Or would these be considered as a “mere mention” as stated in Provisional Guidance, Basic Guidance on When to Switch, number 3a?
On page 686, questions 9 and 11, would the lists of superscripts be done in Nemeth or UEB?
Should a list of symbols be treated differently than actual expressions and equations? Or are symbols in such lists, as illustrated in the examples above, considered “math notation?”
Thank you very much for your time.
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