I am trying to decipher the following, but need help figuring out how to read this para aloud:

Suppose we want to numerically calculate the global maximum of the function $\displaystyle f : X \rightarrow R$,

with $\displaystyle X \subset R$ and with $\displaystyle X$ being a compact and convex interval. Assume that $\displaystyle f$ is strictly

concave on $\displaystyle X$. If we know that the global maximum lies in the interior of $\displaystyle X$...

So far, I would translate it as "Suppose we want to numerically calculate the global maximum of the function f for which X is comprised of real numbers and X is a subset of real numbers....

I don't know what the rest means or even if I've got the first part right.