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Greek letter pronunciations.

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I'm gonna clear my doubts of some Greek letter pronunciations. Thanks.
1) How do you pronounce \(\phi\)? Faaye? Fee?
1) Both pronunciations are generally acceptable. Fy or Fee.

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Okay... 2) How do you pronounce \(\psi\)? Saaye? See?
2) It is pronounced like "sigh". (saaye)
3) How about \(\chi\)? Chee?
You may find this list to be helpful: (3) It is pronounced Kai.
I'm unable to understand phonetic...
Ok, no problem.
4) \(\upsilon \) and this one? Yupsilon?
(4) There is no Y sound as in the word "yes". It is pronounced upsilon. (up-sih-lahn)
The up sounds more like "oop" but a shortened "oo" sound.
Thanks, and how about the lamba?
lambda is pronounced Lam-duh
How's the "duh" pronounced here?
Oh sorry, I meant "lambda" up there ^^
the "uh" sound is the same in the word "but". It is basically the same sound as the beginning of the word "doesn't"
Oh, thanks... I got the rest. Appreciated.
Glad to help.

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