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数学公式符号的英语读法

大写 小写 英文注音 国际音标注音 中文注音 Α Β Γ Δ Ε Ζ Η Θ Ι Κ ∧ Μ Ν Ξ Ο ∏ Ρ ∑ Τ Υ Φ Χ Ψ α β γ δ ε ζ η θ ι κ λ μ ν ξ ο π ρ σ τ υ φ χ ψ alpha beta gamma deta epsilon zeta eta theta iota kappa lambda mu nu xi omicron pi rho sigma tau upsilon phi chi psi alfa beta gamma delta epsilon zeta eta θita iota kappa lambda miu niu ksi omikron pai rou sigma tau jupsilon fai khai psai 阿耳法 贝塔 伽马 德耳塔 艾普西隆 截塔 艾塔 西塔 约塔 卡帕 兰姆达 缪 纽 可塞 奥密可戎 派 柔 西格马 套 衣普西隆 斐 喜 普西 ? ω omega omiga 欧米伽

17.2.1999/H. V¨ aliaho

Pronunciation of mathematical expressions
The pronunciations of the most common mathematical expressions are given in the list below. In general, the shortest versions are preferred (unless greater precision is necessary). 1. Logic ? there exists for all p implies q / if p, then q p if and only if q /p is equivalent to q / p and q are equivalent

?

p?q

p?q

2. Sets x∈A x∈ /A A?B A∩B A\B x belongs to A / x is an element (or a member) of A x does not belong to A / x is not an element (or a member) of A A is contained in B / A is a subset of B A contains B / B is a subset of A A cap B / A meet B / A intersection B A cup B / A join B / A union B A minus B / the di?erence between A and B A cross B / the cartesian product of A and B

A?B A∪B

A×B

3. Real numbers x+1 x?1 xy x±1 (x ? y )(x + y ) x y = x=5 x=5 x plus one x minus one x plus or minus one xy / x multiplied by y x minus y , x plus y x over y the equals sign x equals 5 / x is equal to 5 x (is) not equal to 5 1

x≡y

x≡y

x is equivalent to (or identical with) y x is not equivalent to (or identical with) y x is greater than y x is greater than or equal to y x is less than y x is less than or equal to y zero is less than x is less than 1 zero is less than or equal to x is less than or equal to 1 mod x / modulus x x squared / x (raised) to the power 2 x cubed x to the fourth / x to the power four x to the nth / x to the power n x to the (power) minus n (square) root x / the square root of x cube root (of) x fourth root (of) x nth root (of) x
2

x>y x≥y x<y x≤y 0<x<1 0≤x≤1 |x| x
2

x3 x4 xn x?n √ x √ 3 x √ 4 x √ n x (x + y ) x y n! x ? x ? x ? xi
n 2

x plus y all squared x over y all squared n factorial x hat x bar x tilde xi / x subscript i / x su?x i / x sub i

ai
i=1

the sum from i equals one to n ai / the sum as i runs from 1 to n of the ai

4. Linear algebra x ? ? → OA OA AT A?1 the norm (or modulus) of x OA / vector OA OA / the length of the segment OA A transpose / the transpose of A A inverse / the inverse of A 2

5. Functions f (x) x→y f (x) f (x) f (x) f (4) (x) ?f ?x1 ?2f ?x2 1
∞ 0 x→0 x→+0 x→?0

f x / f of x / the function f of x a function f from S to T x maps to y / x is sent (or mapped) to y f prime x / f dash x / the (?rst) derivative of f with respect to x f double–prime x / f double–dash x / the second derivative of f with respect to x f triple–prime x / f triple–dash x / the third derivative of f with respect to x f four x / the fourth derivative of f with respect to x the partial (derivative) of f with respect to x1 the second partial (derivative) of f with respect to x1 the integral from zero to in?nity the limit as x approaches zero the limit as x approaches zero from above the limit as x approaches zero from below log y to the base e / log to the base e of y / natural log (of) y log y to the base e / log to the base e of y / natural log (of) y

f :S→T

lim

lim

lim

loge y ln y

Individual mathematicians often have their own way of pronouncing mathematical expressions and in many cases there is no generally accepted “correct” pronunciation. Distinctions made in writing are often not made explicit in speech; thus the sounds f x may ? ? → be interpreted as any of: f x, f (x), fx , F X , F X , F X . The di?erence is usually made clear by the context; it is only when confusion may occur, or where he/she wishes to emphasise the point, that the mathematician will use the longer forms: f multiplied by x, the function f of x, f subscript x, line F X , the length of the segment F X , vector F X . Similarly, a mathematician is unlikely to make any distinction in speech (except sometimes a di?erence in intonation or length of pauses) between pairs such as the following: x + (y + z ) and (x + y ) + z √ √ ax + b and ax + b an ? 1 and an?1

The primary reference has been David Hall with Tim Bowyer, Nucleus, English for Science and Technology, Mathematics, Longman 1980. Glen Anderson and Matti Vuorinen have given good comments and supplements. 3