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How do I make my document look like this?

I want my document to look like this. It is an extract from the Calculus solutions book by James Stewart. I would like to know something about the following: fonts (I guess Times New Roman was ...
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0answers
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Ideal width of figures compared to the text width [closed]

Are there some rules of the thumb to define the ideal width of an image in a printed work? Made up examples: The figure width should be around 0.61803 * text width. (Golden ratio) Never use figure ...
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What is the best way of arranging multiple minipages on a page?

I have been trying to use mini-pages to produce the equivalent of Office text-boxes. The idea is to have panels of different sizes on a page such as 4 equal sized or one wide followed by two long ...
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Typesetting a dictionary containing pictures

I am seeking advice (any ideas) how to typeset a bilingual dictionary that will contain many pictures. The picture below shows the dictionary. Problems: The lines in columns differ. The spaces ...
6
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3answers
470 views

Typography: Use graphics in the margin to visually represent which part of a system is treated?

In the theory section of my Computer Science thesis, I treat a toolbox to get a job done. In the introduction of the chapter, I will place a flow diagram showing the order and possible combinations of ...
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Typographic conventions for width of figures in LaTeX data analysis reports

I posted this question on stats.SE, but the consensus was that it was better suited to tex.SE. Context: I've been thinking recently about conventions for figure width in data analysis reports that ...