**Mathematical Markup Language**(MathML) [25] is an Extensible Markup Language (XML) application for describing mathematical notation and capturing both its structure and content.

# What does **MATHML** stand for?

**MATHML** stands for Mathematical Markup Language

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XML, like HTML, is a subset of SGML and is a general-purpose markup language from which special-purpose markup languages like Geography Markup Language (GML), Real Simple Syndication (RSS),

**Mathematical Markup Language**(MathML), Physical Markup Language (PML) and MusicXML have been created.org/--(BUSINESS WIRE)--February 21, 2001 The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) today announced the release of the

**Mathematical Markup Language**(MathML) 2.