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spell a word / phrase using math notation

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Can anyone help me spell 'It's OWL good' using math notation, in other words I want to give a present to someone who is a math wizard and I want this person to see a representation of this phrase using math notation or expression. Is this possible?
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Question by:Dalexan
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aburr earned 320 total points
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Try
It's + OWL + g(2*o)d  
typed in word symbol font

the real result did not reproduce here. In word the symbols are greek letters. See file
mathsentence.doc
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by:TommySzalapski
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The word "is" is commonly replaced with "=" so you could use something like
It = OWL + g*2o*d using whatever Greek letters are in aburr's doc (which doesn't load properly on my work Linux box).
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Thank you,
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