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Really annoying follow-up:

Is `xy!` equivalent to `(x*y)!` or `x*(y!)` ?

@christianp I personally consider implicit operators as higher priority, i.e. `x/(y*z)` or `(x*y)!`, unfortunately there's really no right answer here

perhaps you could start deducting points when there's ambiguous notation, that could hammer the point in nicely and make the students use fractions or brackets

perhaps you could start deducting points when there's ambiguous notation, that could hammer the point in nicely and make the students use fractions or brackets

Peter Krautzberger@pkra@mathstodon.xyz@christianp gut reaction `x*(y!)`