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Aparte de súper, el superíndice también se puede leer como supra: x1 se leería como equis supra uno. Hay que notar que no estamos hablando de exponentes en una potencia ni de orden de una derivada. Eso se escribe como un superíndice pero, así como la función del superíndice es distinguir una variable de otra, el exponente y el orden de una derivada ...


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A subscript is almost always read sub. As for superscripts, if it is a power, it is read elevado a la or just a la; but, if it is a real superscript (not the exponent of a power), it is read super. Thus, would read a super i sub jota. Some examples of this use can be found in this document.


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Reading a guide for teachers, it says superscripts should be read as elevado a X, If the subscript is for bases, then you'd read it as en base X, otherwise (for sets and series), it's read as sub X But, I just asked a friend who is a math professor from Argentina, though he's lived in the US for a while. He confirmed the reading of A1 as a sub uno. But ...



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