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They are not grammatical phrases. We just read the symbols verbatim like: [⁠1]{いち} [+]{たす} [⁠2]{に} [=]{は} [⁠3]{さん} It has nothing different than saying: [⁠1]{いち} [+]{プラス} [⁠2]{に} [=]{イコール} [⁠3]{さん} which is also commonly heard. Though we have both [+]{たす/プラス} and [−]{ひく/マイナス}, [×]{かける} and [÷]{わる} only ...


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2016年162日目 You can write in this way only if you can be sure that the reader is ready to see ordinal dates. For example, it's probably safe to write like this when you have already explained ordinal dates in your scientific article about calendar. However, most Japanese people are not familiar with ordinal dates, so when you want to make yourself ...



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