From: Leo Broukhis (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Jan 16 2008 - 22:58:54 CST
On Jan 16, 2008 7:26 PM, Benjamin M Scarborough
> Leo Broukhis wrote:
> >If we're to follow the spirit of UTN28, we should add a mathematical
> >decimal exponent base character at least to allow for the unambiguous
> >scientific representation of reals
> >in math texts. What does 1.5e+3 without a U+2062 (invisible times)
> >before 'e' really mean? 1500 or 7.077?
> All the more reason to say 1.5·10^3 instead.
This character sequence does not represent a number, but a constant
expression equal to 1.5₁₀3.
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