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Russian mathematics, a first reaction

The reaction of an Estonian on Russian mathematics:

> From TWGMLC-L@IRLEARN.BITNET Tue Aug 17 14:34:34 1993
> Reply-To: "TWGMLC-L TeX Users Group TeXnical Working Group"              <TWGMLC-L@IRLEARN.BITNET>
> Sender: "TWGMLC-L TeX Users Group TeXnical Working Group"              <TWGMLC-L@IRLEARN.BITNET>
> Subject:      {1} cyrillic math?
> To: Multiple Recipients of <TWGMLC-L@IRLEARN.BITNET>
> I have read and written articles in Russian with math (as much
> as you need it for astronomy and general relativity) about
> 30 years and have never seen anything special, no cyrillic
> characters in formulas, either (except as text boxes). Of course,
> mathematicians are always in need of free symbols...
> There are no language-specific math rules in Estonian, too.
> Enn Saar