I posed this question on the Braille Formats section, but on second thoughts, it may be more appropriate here. I apologise for the mix up.
Braille Formats 2016 shows how to transcribe items such as
amaze + ment = amazement
hope + ful = hopeful
under Section 17 where UEB mathematical signs are used.
In a UEB with Nemeth transcription, where a science book has a grammar sections where they use math symbols in a literary context. Would you still switch to Nemeth for this item?
This is what the text looks like:
Greek Word Origins Many science words come to English from Greek. In this chapter, you will learn the term geocentric. Geocentric comes from the Greek word parts ge, meaning "Earth" and kentron meaning "center."
<td style="width: 368.714px;">ge + kentron = geocentric
Earth + center = having Earth at the center
Learn these Greek word parts to help you remember the vocabulary terms.
The displayed text is clearly not a mathematical expression, so should it be transcribed using the UEB + and = signs?
The preference for consistency of braille symbols is understood, but would this situation be an exception to that guideline?