- I assume the reasoning is that Δ is the upper-case form of ∂, and page titles must begin with a capital letter. But that's only if you want to treat "∂³Σx²" as a word per se, and treat the characters as the actual Greek letters rather than Ancient Gallifreyan ciphers which just so happen to resemble Greek letters because Reasons.--Scrooge MacDuck ☎ 21:38, June 27, 2019 (UTC)
- Δ is not an uppercase ∂. Δ is an uppercase version of δ, which is a different symbol than ∂.
- Even if we cannot agree if the symbol is ∂ or δ, we should not assume capitalization of an alien script. The word is written as "∂³Σx²" on K9's regeneration unit with no capitalization and we should stick to that. LegoK9 ☎ 15:28, June 29, 2019 (UTC)
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