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Section2.2Scale Degrees

Scale degrees are created using the <scaledeg> tag which places a “diacritic circumflex” over the degree. The circumflex looks best when attached to single-digit numbers.

Example2.2.1Scale Degrees

The scale degrees are

  • <scaledeg>0</scaledeg>: \(\hat{0}\)

  • <scaledeg>1</scaledeg>: \(\hat{1}\)

  • <scaledeg>2</scaledeg>: \(\hat{2}\)

  • <scaledeg>3</scaledeg>: \(\hat{3}\)

  • <scaledeg>4</scaledeg>: \(\hat{4}\)

  • <scaledeg>5</scaledeg>: \(\hat{5}\)

  • <scaledeg>6</scaledeg>: \(\hat{6}\)

  • <scaledeg>7</scaledeg>: \(\hat{7}\)

  • <scaledeg>8</scaledeg>: \(\hat{8}\)

  • <scaledeg>9</scaledeg>: \(\hat{9}\)

  • <scaledeg>10</scaledeg>: \(\hat{10}\)