I have started a new program, the OMNI (Only this Math Notation set is Intuitive enough). Step one: make clear what letters we’ll be using and how we’ll be using them.

• d is the prefix for differentials.
• e is Euler’s number, the base of the exponent y^x that is its own derivative with respect to x.
• f, g, and h are all functions.
• i, j, and k are quaternion imaginary units.
• n is an integer.
• o is a point that is the origin of a circle.
• p is a prime number.
• q is a quaternion.
• r is the radius of a circle.
• t is the argument into a parametric.
• w and z are complex numbers, dependent and independent respectively.
• y and v are the parts of w.
• x and u are the parts of z.
• a, b, and c are a trinity of variables of any kind.
• s is the symbol used for u-substitution, because u is the independent imaginary part.
• l and m are constants of any kind.
• all of the same rules apply to capital letters, except C is the constant used in calculus, and P is a perimeter.
• [pi], [phi] are the half-circumference to the radius and golden ratio respectively.
• [theta] is an angle.
• [alpha] and [beta] are also angles.