While mathematics is a universal language, superficial differences in notation exist between English and Spanish-speaking cultures. The way numerals are rendered differ slightly, with 7 usually having a crosshatch mark and the number 9 often resembling a lower-case g.
Beyond the superficial differences in numerals, some elements of mathematical notation differ in ways that can create problems in translation. An example is the Latin convention of using periods to delineate strings of digits, where an English speaker would use commas. In Latin countries, the comma is used in place of a decimal point. Cultural differences aside, the functions and operations of math are universal. Minor differences in notation are generally easy to overcome.