Re: Double Prime?
|From:||Dennis Paul Himes <himes@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, April 1, 2003, 2:59|
Chris Bates <christopher.bates@...> wrote:
> I haven't, but I really should do, since I'm in the middle of a maths
> degree. To be honest though, I tend to include the kindof words I would
> expect a medieval society to need, ...
Do you have a word for pi multiplied by a positive rational? If so,
what do you take as the base value? Gladilatian uses two pi (ryt). It also
has basic words for e (mxo) and the cardinalities of the integers and the
reals (srmo and fryma respectively).
Dennis Paul Himes <> email@example.com
Gladilatian page: http://home.cshore.com/himes/glad/lang.htm
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