What about creating them in a graphics program and saving as a gif or jpeg?
Seems easy enough, especially if there aren't many.
At 07:22 AM 10/7/96 -0700, you wrote:
>While there was no effort to deal with complex mathematical formulae at
>this juncture, super- and subscript can be taken care of with the <emph>
>element with the RENDER attribute set to "sub" or "super". If more
>complicated mathematical formulae are necessary (which will probably be
>the case sooner or later), then the EADWG will most certainly need to deal
>with the issue.
>On Mon, 7 Oct 1996, Richard Higgins wrote:
>> Is there a way of representing mathematical formulae within the EAD?
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