Formatting your paper for INTEGERS: AMS-TeX

Important:  Please include any and all line skips
that are given below.



\input amstex
\documentstyle{amsppt}
\magnification=\magstephalf
\pagewidth{5.00truein}
\pageheight{7.4truein}
\parskip=.5pt
\voffset=30pt
\font\smallit=cmti10
\font\smalltt=cmtt10
\font\smallrm=cmr8




\topmatter
\leftheadtext{\hskip 8pt \smalltt INTEGERS: 17 (2017), \#Axx } % We will fill in the x's
\rightheadtext{\smalltt INTEGERS: 17 (2017), \#Axx \hskip 8pt} % We will fill in the x's
\endtopmatter



III. For the title page (title, authors, and abstract) please use the following construct.

\document
\centerline{\bf YOUR TITLE HERE IN CAPITAL LETTERS ONLY}
\vskip 20pt
\centerline{\smallit Author One\footnote{any footnote here}, One University, Somewhere, State 00000}
\centerline{\tt me@math.one.edu} (optional)
\vskip 20pt
\centerline{\smallit Author Two\footnote{any footnote here}, Two University, Someplace, Country AAAAA }
\centerline{\tt me@math.one.edu} (optional)
\vskip 30pt
\centerline{\smallit Received:, Accepted:, Published} % We will fill in the dates
\vskip 30pt

\centerline{\bf Abstract}

\noindent
Put your abstract here. Please limit it to half of a page of text.

\baselineskip=12.875pt
\vskip 30pt



IV. In the body of the paper, please label and number your (sub)sections as follows. Please note that we use the command "\subhead" for both sections and subsections.

"\subhead \nofrills{\bf N. Section Name}", where N=1,2,... corresponds to the section number.

and/or

"\subhead \nofrills{\bf N.x Subsection Name}", where N=1,2,3,... and x=1,2,3,... correspond to the subsection number.

After the end of each section and before the beginning of the next section please put the line:
\vskip 30pt



V. The references and acknowledgments sections of the paper should not be numbered sections. Hence, you should use "\subhead \nofrills{\bf References}" and/or "\subhead \nofrills{\bf Acknowledgments}." Please label your references numerically. Furthermore, please use the AMS abbreviations for journals (see this link).