Pictured above is a map of Jane’s neighborhood. Street
corners are represented by black dots and labeled with letters and Cyrillic
glyphs. *There is no special meaning to these labels—they are simply designed
to be unique.*

As indicated by the arrows, Jane only walks South or East in her neighborhood. Compute the mathematical formulae below where the values of the letter represent the number of possible paths to that letter corner. For example, there are 2 paths to F and 3 paths to G.

[A+M+S+Y]·[H+L+N+R+T+X]·[Л-Y-J-F]·[И-I-G]

[M-A]·[G]·[I]·[P-M]·[M]·[U+G-T-N]

[O]·[B+C+N]·[A+P-G]·[Ш-2*Ђ-Y-X-F-D-A]·[Ж-Л-Z-Y-R-G]·[F+O]·[R-F]·[W-D]·[T-N]

[Є+K-Ф-Y-U]·[O+W-J]·[S-D]·[F+V-X]

[O+S-G]·[I+L+Ж-Ђ-И-Y]·[Z-V-T]·[C+X]

[A+G+N]·[U-T-G]·[Ж-Л-Є-T-D]·[Z-Y-T-J]·[Y-V-I-H-C]·[Ш-Ж-Z-P-N]