# times shown on a number line

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togilby
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i'm stumped ...

your thoughts/insight on showing times on a number line? how does the punctuation indicator followed by numeric indicator factor in??

this is grade 3 so the line itself will be raised line rather than braille symbols.

thanks!

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#31228
kdejute
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My understanding is that on a number line, we do not use the numeric indicator at the beginning of a time label below the number line, according to TG guidelines for number lines; but the numeric indicator following the punctuation indicator and colonÂ is used, according to Nemeth Code rules.

Sense make?

#31229
togilby
Participant

ahhh, it's all in the wording! "at the beginning" but only at the beginning, i get it!

now my only challenge is how to make it fit ðŸ˜‰

thanks, Kyle

#31230
kdejute
Moderator

Yes, the remaining challenge is indeed making it fit. May the force be with you!

â€“Kyle

#31231
Diana
Participant

Kyle,

Was there an update regarding transcribing time, in that it's only Nemeth when it's part of an equation, otherwise no punctuation indicator used before the colon. Of course, I could have misinterpreted the information.Â  I think I saw it on the July 20th 2017 webinar about updates to Nemeth code within UEB.

Thanks for clarifying,

Diana

#31241
kdejute
Moderator

Diana,

I think that moving forward, digital time will be transcribed in UEBÂ unless the time is part of a mathematical expression or a number line.

In this case, the time is part of a number line, and number lines are transcribed in Nemeth Code.

Thank you for the astute question!
â€“Kyle

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