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# Mathematics CUI: LaTeX Resources

This page contains LaTeX template of CIIT Mathematics, MSc Project and MS Thesis templates.

## Templates

Download a zip file given below and extract it by right clicking on the file.

**BS Project Template:** cui-math-project-v1-15.zip (Version 1.5, Uploaded: Sep 29, 2022)

**MSc Project Template:** cui-math-project-v1-13.zip (Version 1.3, Uploaded: Sep 28, 2021)

**MSc Synopsis Template:** cui-synopsis-v2-1.zip (Version 2.1, Uploaded: January 10, 2024)

**MS Thesis Template:** cui-ms-thesis-v1-16.zip (Version 1.6, Uploaded: Oct 10, 2022)

## Installing latex

Two separate software and installation are needed to run the LaTeX on windows.

- MikTeX: Available at http://www.miktex.org/download
- LaTeX Editor (especially TeXstudio, its our choice, you can choose any other)

## Tip & Tricks

To activate forward and inverse search via SumartraPDF, go in TeXstudio and Option > Configure TeXstudio > Commands > External PDF viewer

Replace it with following code:

**For 32bit Operating System**

"C:/Program Files/SumatraPDF/SumatraPDF.exe" -forward-search "?c:am.tex" @ -inverse-search '"C:/Program Files/TeXstudio/texstudio.exe" "%%f" -line %%l' "?am.pdf"

**For 64bit Operating System** (if 64bit SumatraPDF is installed)

"C:/Program Files/SumatraPDF/SumatraPDF.exe" -forward-search "?c:am.tex" @ -inverse-search '"C:/Program Files/TeXstudio/texstudio.exe" "%%f" -line %%l' "?am.pdf"

**For 64bit Operating System** (if 32bit SumatraPDF is installed)

"C:/Program Files/SumatraPDF (x86)/SumatraPDF.exe" -forward-search "?c:am.tex" @ -inverse-search '"C:/Program Files (x86)/TeXstudio/texstudio.exe" "%%f" -line %%l' "?am.pdf"

In above code, we considered that windows in installed in C drive. If it is installed in different drive then, please use the respective code instead of C. Also it was considered that programs are installed on their default location.

In the **Build** select “**PDF Viewer:** External PDF Viewer”

### LaTeX Codes

**To write inline equation**

Use a $\$ $ (dollar) sign to write equation or symbols in between statements or sentences, e.g.

Let $I$ be an interval in $\mathbb{R}$ and $f:I\to \mathbb{R}$ be a function

Let $I$ be an interval in $\mathbb{R}$ and $f:I\to \mathbb{R}$ be a function

**To write an equation**

Use double dollar $(\$\$)$ to write dedicated equation, e.g.,

$$\sin^2 \theta + \cos^2 \theta =1$$

`$$ \sin^2 \theta + \cos^2 \theta =1 $$`

If you wish that equation number appear automatically to this equation, then write in the following way:

\begin{equation} \sin^2 \theta + \cos^2 \theta =1 \end{equation}

\begin{equation} \sin^2 \theta + \cos^2 \theta =1 \end{equation}

For more tips and tricks related to TeXStudio, please visit: http://www.texstudio.org/#features