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OK, so here are 3 more questions:
1) It sounds like posting the markup for the equation in the alt tag is
reasonable. Latex seems best, but as far as I know it is not possible to get
latex from LibreOffice Math. Would posting the original markup from
LibreOffice Math be reasonable?  (for example f(x )= x over sqrt {x^2 - 1})
2) LibreOffice still does not expert alt tags to pdf, so I should find a way
around that (perhaps save as PowerPoint, and then use PowerPoint to export
to pdf). Is that correct?
3) This is a stupid question: how do I view the alt tag as a reader of the
document? I know I can see it in my original document by looking at the
description, but how would I access the alt tag as the reader of a  pdf or 

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