superscript π?
David Chmelik
dchmelik at gmail.com
Sat Jul 31 20:38:42 CDT 2021
There are several other Greek superscripts, so I'm again requesting a
superscript π (pi, Greek letter p.) It's part of a key instance of the
most important mathematical equation (eⁱˣ=cos x+i sin x) the instance
being (with p for π here) eⁱᵖ+1=0. The previous argument that
mathematics discussion should be in complex document formatted text
(TeX, etc.) is false. There has always been, and still is, mathematics
discussion in plain-text only, such as on NNTP/Usenet (and Gmane) and
Internet Relay Chat (IRC) some of which still have very large science
discussion areas. You should probably even have complete English and
Greek superscripts & subscripts. That doesn't mean it's necessary to
have further levels of superscripts and subscripts because in such
less-common cases there is notation for that. In the more common cases
of just one level, scientists are tired of having to use other notation.
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