I want to start using LaTeX to organize my proofs into a readable fashion. This motif is due to my professors preferring e-mail communication instead of reading a chicken-scratch proof. I know enough LaTeX such that I can post on math.SE and make my question readable, but I do not know how to include LaTeX in a document.

How do I make my proof into a LaTeX document?


The skeleton is as follows,

\title{My Title}
\author{My Name}


$ax^2+bx+c=0$ has 2 real roots if $D>0$.

This is my proof that $ax^2+bx+c=0$ has 2 real roots if $D>0$.

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For more detailed at a glance tutorial, visit Theorem.

  • Forgot to mention above. You have to switch the document class from standalone to article because the former is used just for creating the image above. – kiss my armpit Aug 26 '13 at 3:06
  • I know there is a typo in the quadratic formula. Ignore it! – kiss my armpit Aug 26 '13 at 3:39
  • Does amsart load amsthm package ? if not why (very strange though) ? – texenthusiast Aug 26 '13 at 4:40

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