The Formulae page has been corrected so that fractions, binomial coefficients
and symbols should appear in a form that all browsers should be able to display. They are shown on the next line:
alpha:α, beta:β,
Phi:Φ, phi:φ; sigma:σ, tau:τ; infinity:∞, square-root:√
If they are not all showing, your browser may not be the latest version so please update your browser or else
view the PDF version which is a compact 208K so should download quickly.
The Formulae page is now completely written in HTML so you can use the Text Zoom/View Larger feature
of your browser to expand or shrink the whole page - which you cannot do with pages that use images
for maths formulae. This should help visually impaired readers.
If you are sure that your browser is the latest version for your computer
(and system) and you still don't see
all the Greek letters and symbols above, then
please email me fib AT ronknott DOT com, with your browser's name and
version. I think all browsers now support these characters except
Mozilla 1.2.1 running under RedHat Linux 9
but I'd like to know of other exceptions too.
The old part of this FibLog (1999-2002) is now archived.