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Re: [vox] [OT] UC dissertation question
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Re: [vox] [OT] UC dissertation question

I don't know, but I've noticed most textbooks with equations use
punctuation at the end of equations as though it were a part of a
sentence.  For example:

   Although the grand unified theory may be thought of as
      y = mx + b,
   it is actually
      y = \frac{mx + b}{c}.

Actually, that's the only punctuation style I've seen in textbooks that
use punctuations in equations at all.


On Thu, 16 May 2002, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:

> does UC expect equations to be punctuated?   like this:
> The grand unified theory can be expressed by the complicated expression
> \begin{equation}
> 	y = mx + b.
> \end{equation}
> or is this left up to the author?  some physics journals require all
> equations to be punctuated in this manner.
> pete
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