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Question 1: A turned "a" ("ɐ") is used by the ________ for the near-open central vowel, while a turned capital "A" ("∀") is used in predicate logic to specify universal quantification.
Voiceless alveolar fricativeInternational Phonetic AlphabetX-SAMPAVelar nasal

Question 2: In ________, capital "A" denotes the open back unrounded vowel and lowercase "a" denotes the open front unrounded vowel.
X-SAMPAX-sampa chartsInternational Phonetic AlphabetAlveolar consonant

Question 3: In most other languages that use the Latin alphabet, "a" denotes an ________ (/a/).
Close front unrounded vowelClose back rounded vowelClose-mid front unrounded vowelOpen front unrounded vowel

Question 4: The numeric character references in ________ and XML are "A" and "a" for upper and lower case, respectively.
ECMAScriptOpenDocumentPortable Document FormatHTML

Question 5: Its name must have corresponded closely to the Hebrew or Arabic ________.
He (letter)HethAyinAleph

Question 6: "A" can be traced to a pictogram of an ox head in ________ or the Proto-Sinaitic alphabet.
HieraticDemotic (Egyptian)Egyptian hieroglyphsAncient Egypt

Question 7: The form used in most current ________ consists of a circle and vertical stoke ("ɑ"), called Latin alpha or "script a".
PalaeographyCursivePenmanshipSpencerian Script

Question 8: The Romans later adopted the Etruscan alphabet to write the Latin language, and the resulting letter was preserved in the modern ________ used to write many languages, including English.
Runic alphabetLatin alphabetArabic alphabetPhoenician alphabet

Question 9: Such associations can have a ________ effect as exposure to the letter A has been found to improve performance, when compared with other letters.
Social psychology (psychology)Educational psychologyAbraham MaslowMotivation

Question 10: history palaeography derivations diacritics punctuation numerals Unicode list of letters ________
ISO/IEC 8859ISO/IEC 8859-16ANSI escape codeISO/IEC 646
















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