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Copy Marking 

Chapter:
Mathematical Composition
Author(s):

Stephen J. Lurie

It is essential to mark carefully each character, letter, and symbol that may be mistaken for another form (eg, x, X, χ2, ×2, 2x, x2).The following examples show correct markup for complex relations between elements of equations:In expressions that involve both superscripts and subscripts, the subscript is usually aligned directly under the superscript. In online publication, this alignment can generally be created only by using an image.

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