[AI] Mathematic signs in Braille

Asudani, Rajesh rajeshasudani at rbi.org.in
Thu Aug 26 02:38:30 EDT 2010

Hi Adina
I believe now multiplication sign is dots 3 4, and division sign dots 1 6.


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Subject: [AI] Mathematic signs in Braille

Hi friends,
Can anyone help me with the information about how to write division and multiplication sign in braille? When I learned, long time ago, multiplication  sign was formed from the dots 2 3 and 6 and the division sign was 2 5 6. I guess now is different because I looked a braille printed book and I lost myself a little in the signs so, please kindly help.
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