[Blindmath] Nemeth Symbols for Calculus

Gaylen Kapperman gkapperman at niu.edu
Wed Mar 13 09:59:09 CDT 2013


                         go to www.tsbvi.edu and search for kapperman 
math and you will come upon a listing of many Nemeth symbols, but you 
should be aware that these come without the rules governing 
them.  for that, you need the  Introduction to Braille mathematics 
from the American Printing House for the Blind Good luck. Gaylen 
Kapperman At 01:48 PM 3/12/2013, you wrote:
>Hello everyone,
>
>                 I am now learning how to do math in Braille instead 
> of depending on my residual vision.  I am taking a calculus course 
> to help myself have a realistic environment in which to apply the 
> Nemeth code.  I have learned the Nemeth code in basic forms but do 
> not yet know any of the calculus symbols in Nemeth.  Does anyone 
> have any good resources for me to find them?  I most 
> particularly  need the limit symbols, sigma notation, and 
> derivative and integral symbols right now.  I expect to need log 
> and natural log symbols soon, too.
>
>By the way, I have a full undergraduate degree in math but am now 
>learning the nonvisual way before going to grad school in the fall.
>
>Take care, and thank you all in advance.
>
>Justin
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