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[personal profile] andrewducker Tue 2017-02-21 09:04
Huzzah for rationalisation!

Question for you - if you came upon a blackboard which had written on it "a(stuff)", how would you know if the original writer had meant to multiply the two or perform a on stuff? Or is this something which is imprecise because it's imprecise when mathematicians write in by hand?
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