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Subject:conventions for presenting equations From:"Roberta J. Kirby-Werner" <rjkirby -at- MAILBOX -dot- SYR -dot- EDU> Date:Mon, 7 Oct 1996 17:41:56 -0400
Hi, everyone. I'm looking for some clear, precise rules for presenting
complex equations in electrical engineering reports. I'm especially
interested in conventions for punctuating sentences including these
Please pass along recommended resources and/or examples. (I'm pressed for
time and probably lack easy access to the sources you might recommend, so
examples would be especially welcome.
Roberta (Bobbi) J. Kirby-Werner rjkirby -at- mailbox -dot- syr -dot- edu
Senior Professional Writing Instructor
Syracuse University Writing Program
239 H.B. Crouse
Syracuse, NY 13244-1160