[Blindmath] What Does an o Mean in Nemeth Code

Dooley, Sam sam.dooley at pearson.com
Wed Oct 12 17:08:19 UTC 2016


It is an abbreviated form of the long division spatial arrangement.  It is
equivalent to 123 divided by 3.  [Rule XX1V, Section 180c example 8.]

You can also read it as 3 divided into 123.

Sam


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On Wed, Oct 12, 2016 at 10:32 AM, Lanie Molinar via Blindmath <
blindmath at nfbnet.org> wrote:

> Hi. I am working on a math problem for a diagnostic assessment and came
> across a Nemeth Braille symbol that I do not know the meaning of. The
> problem I am working on reads like this: 3o123
>
> What does the o mean? Thanks.
>
>
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