# Arabic mathematical notation

Editing math formulas for arabic scientific texts is far more than allowing Right-To-Left text. WIRIS editor has been developed following W3C Arabic Mathematical notation recomendations.

There is still work to be done. We will appreciate your comments and feedback.

Our Support team is ready to help you in English and Spanish at support@wiris.com .

We cannot give you support in Arabic yet.

# الرموز الرياضية باللغة العربية

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Implementation of W3C

Arabic mathematical notation

**WINNER**

of the

** Product Innovation Award
**- Judges Choice

## Mirroring - RTL mode

Other mathematical expressions are mirrored to follow the Arabic notation tradition . For example, in Saudi Arabia a square root like is represented as in RTL mode.

## Numbers in Arabic languages

Different region in the Arabic countries use different notation for numbers. We have implemented * Arabic-Indic* and

*numbers*

**Eastern Arabic-Indic**## Variables ligatures

Arabic characters, when written together, are typografically joined with the so called ligatures.

In mathematics, variable names are typically formed by a unique character. Hence by default we consider every character a stand alone mathematical variable, and so without ligatures. But we recognize some standard words, and we automatically add ligatures to them. Also you can manually add ligatures, using the button.

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