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260.3-1993 - American National Standard Mathematical Signs and Symbols for Use in Physical Sciences and Technology

Description: Signs and symbols used in writing mathematical text are defined. Special symbols peculiar to certain branches of mathematics, such as non-Euclidean Geometries, Abstract Algebras, Topology, and Mathematics of Finance, which are not ordinarily applied to the physical sciences and engineering, are omitted.
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