UEB Fractions with Grade 1 indicator

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    Deborah Adams

    In the examples of the General Fraction Indicator in Technical Materials (6.4) there are are examples that shown the grade 1 indicator being used as a passage, symbol and word.  Could you please explain the criteria that is being used here? There seems not to be an explanation in regards to the fractions.

    Thank you.


    Really this is a UEB and not a Nemeth question, and UEB is not my particular field of expertise.

    Still, I can tell you the following:

    • The use of a UEB grade 1 symbol, word, or passage indicator depends on the symbols-sequence(s) that is/are being put into grade 1.
    • The numeric indicator sets grade 1 mode.
    • When a numeric indicator, which sets grade 1 mode, is preceded by material, a grade 1 indicator may be needed for that preceding material. The "size" of grade 1 indicator chosen (symbol, word, or passage) depends on the extent of the preceding material.

    For further information, please re-post this question in the UEB Ask an Expert forum.

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