Connie Stone

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  • in reply to: Blank space following equal sign #42593
    Connie Stone
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    Thank you Kyle, I am glad you included even when embedded within text in your answer because even though that has not occurred for me yet, that would have been a follow-up question.

    in reply to: Transcriber’s note referencing identifier numbers #40913
    Connie Stone
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    Thank you Lindy.

    Yes I added the bold for the emphasis regarding the question.

    in reply to: Colon followed by equal sign #40828
    Connie Stone
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    Thank you Lindy, I agree with the "Gain" and moving to cell 1 so that there is less divisions.

    There are some times when it will fit on one line, such as

    y:=7x+2

    So to clarify, in this equation, there would only be one space following the equal sign?

    Connie

    in reply to: Colon followed by equal sign #40823
    Connie Stone
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    Thank you Lindy.

    in reply to: Drop down answer choices in the middle of sentence #40791
    Connie Stone
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    Thank you Cindi. That will work with any format.

    in reply to: Shape indicators #40365
    Connie Stone
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    Thank you.

    So, what about an arrow? In Nemeth, it begins with the shape indicator, so would it also need to be Nemeth or a tactile? I am sending an example of one along with the boxes. I see arrows in regular text simply meaning next step but could not find an example at the moment of this type.

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    in reply to: Colon in math equations #37523
    Connie Stone
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    Clarify for me the spacing for the colon used as "such that". An Introduction to Braille Mathematics Using Nemeth Code within UEB Contexts 6.7.16a states that a space would follow the colon in braille when used as "such that". I have looked to see if there is an update to remove the space following but I cannot find one.

    in reply to: Colon in math equations #37519
    Connie Stone
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    My thought for the colon followed by an equal sign is putting these two symbols together without a space. The attached document shows the explanation from the text.  I had wondered about putting the dot 5 between them to show they are horizontally.

    I agree with you on the double-struck letters and will check through the book on that idea to see what is the best font to change to.

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