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In The Princeton Companion to Applied Mathematics we used the conventions that the constants e (the base of the natural logarithm) and i (the imaginary unit), and the d in derivatives and integrals, are typeset in an upright font. These … Continue reading
In mathematical typesetting we often use an ellipsis (three dots) to denote omission in an expression. It’s well known to users that an ellipsis is not typed as three dots, but rather as \dots or \cdots. The vertically centered \cdots … Continue reading