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comment Is there a different understanding of “rubber” in British and American English?
@choster are you indicating extraneous information?
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comment How to read “E = (mc)²” so as not to mistake for “E = mc²”
I would pronounce x+y/z more like "x plus y-over z" - shortening the pause between "y" and "over" instead of adding one between "plus" and "y". I generally pronounce closing parenthesis in maths with a pause, but not the opening parenthesis. It seems to be unambiguous enough for common use, but perhaps not rigorous.
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answered Is there a different understanding of “rubber” in British and American English?
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