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I have the same question in here

Proofs in Beamer

In the answer, the author used beamertemplate to examine breaking the frames. But how can i change it to my paragraph?

For example, i need to insert the following problem and its solution

Problem : Solve x^{3} - x -3=2\sqrt[3]{6x-3x^{2}}

Proof : Put a:=\sqrt[3]{6x-3x^2} to obtain a system

\begin{eqnarray}x^3-x-3 &=& 2a\\6x-3x^2 &=& a^3\end{eqnarray}

Add the equations up to get



Put y:=x-1 to get



The second factor is obviously always positive, hence y=a\iff a=x-1

Now (1) yields x^3-x-3=2x-2\iff x^3-3x=1

Put x:=2t to get

8t^3-6t=1\iff 4t^3-3t={1\over 2}

By addition formulas, there must exist \phi such that t=\cos\phi, yielding

\cos 3\phi={1\over 2}\iff 3\phi=\pm{\pi\over 3}+2k\pi\iff \phi=\pm{\pi\over 9}+{2k\pi\over 3},k\in\mathbb{Z}

Now x=2\cos\phi=2\cos\left(\pm{\pi\over 9}+{2k\pi\over 3}\right), i.e.

x\in\left\{2\cos{\pi\over 9},2\cos{5\pi\over 9},2\cos{7\pi\over 9}\right\}

It may take more than one frame and i think the command allowbreakframes is useful. But i don't know how to exchange beamertemplate to my above paragraph. I also want to put the problem and the solution in blocks. Thanks for your listening my question!

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closed as too localized by Marco Daniel, lockstep, Kurt, Claudio Fiandrino, Jubobs Apr 7 '13 at 17:12

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Please add a minimal working example so we know what you tried so far. So far your question seems unclear what you're aiming at. – DennisH Feb 5 '13 at 12:20
Hi Nhật Tân Trần and welcome to TeX.sx. In its current form, your question might not receive many answers. Please take a look at the How to Ask-page and try to improve your question according to the guidance found there. This may require you to show some effort on your part in terms of attempting a solution. If you have questions about what to do or if you don't quite understand what this means, please ask for clarification using the add comment function. – Marco Daniel Feb 5 '13 at 12:20
Dear @MarcoDaniel, thanks for your comments. I'm not familiar with this website because I'm a beginner. I'm trying to express my question, but I'm sorry if it didn't. I wanted to ask someone for breaking a proof between frames because sometimes it takes more than one frame. I understood the answer in current post, but i don't know where can I insert my code into that environment? – Gooner Feb 5 '13 at 13:25
We don't know your code. Providing a minimal working example (MWE) is the best tool to show your issue. – Marco Daniel Feb 5 '13 at 19:22
@MarcoDaniel, I edited my question. Please help me if you have time. – Gooner Feb 6 '13 at 13:03