Often, mathematical information and formulas are shared through text, maybe on books or on websites. If you see the equation:
$$x + 3 = 4y$$
we can easily read it out as "x plus three equals four y". But for some other equations such as:
it doesn't seem too obvious on what it should be read out as. I would read it as "x plus three the whole divided by x minus seven equals y", however someone else may read it out differently.
My question is therefore: If in a situation where oral communication of mathematical equations is necessary, does there exist a convention to read out mathematical equations such that one particular equation is read out in only one way, and that it is possible to deduce the equation from the spoken name alone?