# Directory `macros/latex/contrib/jpnedumathsymbols`

# jpnedumathsymbols

Mathematical equation representation in Japanese education differs somewhat from the standard LaTeX writing style. This package introduces mathematical equation representation in Japanese education.

## Documents

Documents for this package are available in English and Japanese.

## Achknowledgements

arc is by Prof. Shingo SAITO. I would like to thank him.

parallel is by Mr./Ms. Ohishi. I would like to thank him/her.

This package is inspired by emath package by Kazuhiro Okuma (a.k.a. tDB). I would like to thank him.

## License

This package released under the MIT license.

(C) 2022 Yukoh KUSAKABE

## Revision History

- Version 1.1 2022-07-10
- Rewrite README.
- License changed from GNU/GPL to MIT (stopped using codes under GNU/GPL).
- Add the document (jpnedumathsymbols.pdf).
- Add the curriculum option, and the default is changed to nocurriculum.
- Adjusted the position of neconcave, seconcave, seconvex and neconvex.
- Bug fix (dint, texttherefore and textbecause).

- Version 1.0 2022-06-28
- The first public version.

Yukoh KUSAKABE (screen-name) at metaphysica.info

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## jpnedumathsymbols – Mathematical equation representation in Japanese education

Mathematical equation representation in Japanese education differs somewhat from the standard LaTeX writing style. This package introduces mathematical equation representation in Japanese education.

Package | jpnedumathsymbols |

Home page | https://www.metaphysica.info/technote/package_jpnedumathsymbols/ |

Version | 1.1 2022-07-10 |

Licenses | MIT License |

Copyright | 2022 Yukoh KUSAKABE |

Maintainer | Yukoh Kusakabe |

Contained in | TeX Live as jpnedumathsymbols MiKTeX as jpnedumathsymbols |

Topics | Maths Japanese |