>In article <4E4C63B6.email@example.com>, > "Stephen J. Herschkorn" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > > >>In America, at least, when pronouncing f o g (the composition of >>functions f and g), we say "eff op gee" (right?). >> >> > >I never heard that. I always heard "f composed with g". But I studied >analysis mainly. > > > >> That is, we >>read the composition operator as "op." >> >>
Others echo W^3.
Hmm. I have been saying this for years, and it's what I'm teaching my students. Does anyone else say this, or did I mishear it somewhere along the way?
-- Stephen J. Herschkorn email@example.com Math Tutor on the Internet and in Central New Jersey and Manhattan