Typeform within equations

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    Kimberly Martin
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    6*4 = 24

    Hi, does the bold indicator carry through the sign of operations or do I need to add a number indicator in front of the four to indicate that I am going back to regular text.

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    kdejute
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    Thank you for the question, Kimberly!

    The single-cell Nemeth Code bold indicator for the 6 does not carry through the sign of operation. You do not need a numeric indicator before the 4.

    Rule V, Section 32.d of the Nemeth Code says in part, “When a type-form indicator is used with numerals only, it is effective until terminated by a space, a numeric indicator, or any non-numeric symbol.” The operation symbol is a non-numeric symbol.

    Braille on!

    –Kyle

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