Can I use the a letter, without a subscript to represent a set, when the elements are represented by the same letter with a subscript?

I mean, does the notation below looks ok?

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asked 17 Feb '16, 08:35

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edited 17 Feb '16, 08:36


I would argue against it, although it is not technically incorrect. There's no fixed convention, but lower case letters for sets look a bit goofy to me. What about using \(T_Z\) for the set? Does that cause any problems.

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answered 18 Feb '16, 15:14

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