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Asking a clarifying question  so keep footnotes together? If 1 and 2 are on braille page 3  put footnote 1 and 2 at the bottom of braille page 3  is this correct? What if they get separated, put 1 with 1 on page 3 and then 2 with 2 on page 4?
I couldn't see her sample for reference...
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TraciTraciSpectatorFor example, the only numbers with percentage signs are in an answer list. Where do I put the indicators? At the beginning of the first answer choice, and end at the last answer choice? Thanks!
TraciSpectatorThanks  I did order that book last week  I thought I had it but it may have been at the school I last worked at! Thank you! You are very helpful! 🙂
TraciSpectatorAwesome  I think I only forgot the punctuation mark before the period  so I was close! Thank you again!
I have the yellow "An Introduction to Braille Mathematics" and it's wording can be a bit confusing.
Nemeth Code for Mathematics & Science Notation, 1972 Revision.
Is this the manual you are referring too? I probably need to print it as I prefer searching and making notes in actual print form  not eform.
TraciSpectatorConsider the equation m−n = 4p. Do not use letter indicator on the m because it is attached to n and it's next to the equal sign, correct? 🙂 thanks again.
TraciSpectatorNemeth: (no UEB)
Question  if you had:
 Subtract ab from both sides. Would you have ab with a letter indicator in front of the a?
 How can you isolate w? Would the w have a letter sign or no?
 You can rewrite the right side as two terms, c = x−a−ab−a,.... etc. Is there a letter sign in front of the c or no?
I know this is probably a basic question but I just want solid clarification on it. I think I find an answer but then I'm not sure. Thank you!
TraciSpectatorThank you  I always forget these lessons are open for general viewing  I've been doing this for a few years but with the changes in math curriculum, new things seem to pop up!
I will give this a view! Thanks again!

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