# fixmath – Make maths comply with ISO 31-0:1992 to ISO 31-13:1992

LaTeX’s default style of typesetting mathematics does not comply
with the International Standards ISO 31-0:1992 to ISO 31-13:1992
which require that uppercase Greek letters always be typset
upright, as opposed to italic (even though they usually
represent variables) and allow for typsetting of variables in a
boldface italic style (even though the required fonts are
available). This package ensures that uppercase Greek be typeset
in italic style, that upright `$\Delta$`
and `$\Omega$` symbols are available through the
commands `\upDelta` and `\upOmega`; and provides a
new math alphabet `\mathbold` for boldface italic
letters, including Greek.

This package is part of the was bundle.

Sources | `/macros/latex/contrib/was` |

Documentation | |

Version | 0.9 |

License | The LaTeX Project Public License |

Maintainer | Walter Schmidt |

Contained in | TeX Live as was |

MiKTeX as was | |

Topics |
support for typesetting mathematics |

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