LaTeX2e style file for theorem and proof environments, by Glenn Tesler

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LaTeX2e style file for papers in M.I.T.’s Undergraduate Journal of Mathematics (no longer published), by Glenn Tesler modified by Thomas Mack 1999 and Steven Kleiman 1999, 2004–5, 2007

Read more →A beamer presentation titled “More with LaTeX: Tools for slides, graphics, bibliographies, and all that” Also addresses various pros and cons of giving slide presentations in mathematics.

Read more →A short example illustrating the use of AMS-LaTeX commands

Read more →This sample review serves as a LaTeX template for students to critique each other’s in-class presentations. The review consists of two parts: (1) a technical summary of the contents of the lecture, and (2) a constructive critique of the delivery. Written by Steven L. Kleiman for his class Principles of Mathematical Exposition.

Read more →This assignment from the second week of Real Analysis (Fall 2009) prods students to think rigorously. It includes questions requiring students to translate notation and to learn to LaTeX a table. Developed by the 18.100C team, especially Joel Lewis and Craig Desjardins.

Read more →The logic exercises in this assignment require students to translate between formal notation and conceptual language, to learn to LaTeX a table, and to include a figure in a LaTeX document. The assignment is from the second week of M.I.T.’s communication-intensive offering of Real Analysis. It was developed by the 18.100C team, especially Todd Kemp and Joel Lewis.

Read more →The most advanced in a sequence of LaTeX exercises, this homework asks students to use LaTeX to create presentation slides that include an image with LaTeX labels. From MIT’s communication-intensive offering of Real Analysis.

Read more →Skeleton for journal articles to be published in M.I.T.’s Undergraduate Journal of Mathematics. The journal is no longer published, but this skeleton is still used in some of M.I.T.’s communication-intensive math classes. Save the style files as mathp2e.sty and thmp2e.sty (remove the final number from each name) and store them in the same folder as the .tex file.

Read more →A LaTeX skeleton for an analysis problem set (pre-populated with Rudin as a bibliography item, but otherwise blank).

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