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Re: MathML Markup for Synthetic Division and cis function

From: David Carlisle <davidc@nag.co.uk>
Date: Sat, 12 Nov 2005 23:21:44 GMT
Message-Id: <200511122321.XAA16811@penguin.nag.co.uk>
To: production@laserwords.com
CC: www-math@w3.org


Your attachment appeared to be in some binary format for a program
that I don't have, I found some program that could read it, but I'm not
sure if it appeared quite as you intended (especially the
second one,which had some strange grey areas)

I think the mathml below gets close to the first table that you showed,
although the corner of the two rules isn't quite right. I think possibly
the second form is a combination of using just the normal symbol /
together with underlining (for which you would use the munder element.
But as I say, I'm not sure if I really saw what you intended in this
case.

David

<math xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML">
<mtable columnalign="right" columnlines="solid none" rowlines="none
solid none">
  <mtr>
    <mtd rowspan="3"><mn>3</mn></mtd>
    <mtd><mn>3</mn></mtd>
    <mtd><mo>-</mo><mn>2</mn></mtd>
    <mtd><mn>3</mn></mtd>
    <mtd><mo>-</mo><mn>4</mn></mtd>
  </mtr>
  <mtr>    
    <mtd/>
    <mtd><mn>9</mn></mtd>
    <mtd><mn>21</mn></mtd>
    <mtd><mn>72</mn></mtd>
  </mtr>
  <mtr>    
    <mtd/>
    <mtd/>
    <mtd/>
    <mtd/>
  </mtr>
  <mtr>
    <mtd columnspan="2"><mn>3</mn></mtd>
    <mtd><mn>7</mn></mtd>
    <mtd><mn>24</mn></mtd>
    <mtd><mn>68</mn></mtd>
  </mtr>
</mtable>
</math>

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