A simplified introduction to LaTeX by Greenberg H.J.

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Students. The first 100 pages seem simple. The next 100 reveal lack of understanding the first 100. [2] G. Polya, How To Solve It, Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ, 1945. , theorem-proving — process. There are many editions, and there are modern descendants, such as . . 1 Counters, Labels, and References Basic Concepts A counter is a numerical value that refers to something that is being numbered, such as pages, sections, figures, and equations. 2 Intrinsic Counters 43 a particular value, and a reference is a citation to a label.

The placement of a float is sometimes a source of frustration. We might specify [ht] and find the float in an unexpected place, perhaps on a page by itself. 3 Figures and Tables 45 Table 6: Figure and Table Location Options Option h t b p Meaning Locate here (where the environment is declared). Locate at the top of the next page. Locate at the bottom of the page (or the next page, if this page does not have enough room). Locate on a separate page, called a float page, which has no text, only figures and tables.

One solution is to insert new rows and break up the text manually: \begin{tabular}{|l|l|} \hline This amount of text is too long to fit on one & This is column 2. \\ line of the page. & \\ \hline \end{tabular} ⇒ This amount of text is too long to fit on one line of the page. This is column 2. Instead, one can assign a fixed width to a column by specifying p{length}. For example, 20 2 TEXT \begin{tabular}{|p{2in}|l|} \hline This amount of text is too long to fit on one line of the page. & This is column 2.

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