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e_1^2 = e_2^2 =-1, \quad e_1 e_2 = - e_2 e_1, \quad (e_1 e_2)(e_1 e_2) =-1.


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e_{1}^{2}=e_{2}^{2}=-1,\quad e_{1}e_{2}=-e_{2}e_{1},\quad (e_{1}e_{2})(e_{1}e_{2})=-1.


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$e_{1}^{2}=e_{2}^{2}=-1,\quad e_{1}e_{2}=-e_{2}e_{1},\quad (e_{1}e_{2})(e_{1}e_{2})=-1.$ ## Translations to Computer Algebra Systems

### Translation to Maple

In Maple: (e)^(2)= (e)^(2)= - 1 , e*e= - e*e,(e*e)*(e*e)= - 1

e: the mathematical constant e == Napier's constant == 2.71828182845... was translated to: e

exp(1): You use a typical letter for a constant [the mathematical constant e == Napier's constant == 2.71828182845...].

We keep it like it is! But you should know that Maple uses exp(1) for this constant.

If you want to translate it as a constant, use the corresponding DLMF macro \expe

### Translation to Mathematica

In Mathematica: (Subscript[e, 1])^(2)= (Subscript[e, 2])^(2)= - 1 , Subscript[e, 1]*Subscript[e, 2]= - Subscript[e, 2]*Subscript[e, 1],(Subscript[e, 1]*Subscript[e, 2])*(Subscript[e, 1]*Subscript[e, 2])= - 1

E: You use a typical letter for a constant [the mathematical constant e == Napier's constant == 2.71828182845...].

We keep it like it is! But you should know that Mathematica uses E for this constant.

If you want to translate it as a constant, use the corresponding DLMF macro \expe

e: the mathematical constant e == Napier's constant == 2.71828182845... was translated to: e

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• $e$ • $e$ • $e_{1}$ • $e_{2}$ • $e_{2}$ • $e_{1}$ • $e_{1}$ • $e_{2}$ • $e_{1}$ • $e_{2}$ ### MathML observations

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