Formatting your paper for INTEGERS: TeX

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

I. Please use the following macros in your TeX file.

\hsize=5.00 true in
\vsize=7.4 true in

\headline={\ifnum\pageno<2 \hfil \else \smalltt INTEGERS: 23 (2023), \#Axx \hfil \folio \fi} % We will fill in the x's


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

\vskip 30pt
\centerline{{\bf Author One}\footnote{$^1$}{any footnote here}}
\centerline{\smallit Department of Mathematics, One University, Somewhere, State 00000, Country}
\centerline{\tt} (optional)
\vskip 10pt
\centerline{{\bf Author Two}\footnote{$^2$}{any footnote here}
\centerline{\smallit Department of Mathematics, Two University, Someplace, AAAAA, Country}
\centerline{\tt} (optional)
\vskip 30pt
\centerline{\smallit Received: , Accepted: , Published: } % We will fill in the dates
\vskip 30pt

\centerline{\bf Abstract}

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

\vskip 30pt

Your paper starts here with your first section. See III below for more information on how to number sections.

III. In the body of the paper, please follow A, B, and C below.

A. Label and number your (sub)sections as follows.

i). "\line{\bf N. Section Name \hfil}", where N=1,2,... corresponds to the section number.


ii). "\line{\bf N.x Subsection Name \hfil}", where N=1,2,3,... and x=1,2,3,... correspond to the subsection number.

Follow each of the above "line" commands by:
\vskip 10pt

B. After the end of each section and before the beginning of the next section please put the line:

\vskip 30pt

C. Please label your Definitions, Lemmas, Theorems, etc, in the format "{\bf Theorem x}", where x is how you see fit. Further, denote the start of your proofs by "{\it Proof.}".

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