- 1.0 Types of Articles
- 2.0 Manuscript Preparation for Submission and Publication
- 3.0 References
- 4.0 Tables, Figures, and Multimedia
- 5.0 Ethical and Legal Considerations
- 6.0 Editorial Assessment and Processing
- 7.0 Grammar
- 8.0 Punctuation
- 9.0 Plurals
- 10.0 Capitalization
- 11.0 Correct and Preferred Usage
- 12.0 Non-English Words, Phrases, and Accent Marks
- 13.0 Abbreviations
- 14.0 Nomenclature
- 15.0 Eponyms
- 16.0 Greek Letters
- 17.0 Units of Measure
- 18.0 Numbers and Percentages
- 19.0 Study Design and Statistics
- 20.0 Mathematical Composition
- 20.0 Mathematical Composition.
- 20.1 Displayed vs Run-in.
- 20.2 Stacked vs Unstacked Fractions or Formulas.
- 20.3 Exponents.
- 20.4 Long Formulas.
- 20.5 Expressing Multiplication and Division.
- 20.6 Commonly Used Symbols.
- 20.7 Typography and Capitalization.
- 20.8 Punctuation.
- 20.9 Spacing With Mathematical Symbols.
- Additional Readings
- 21.0 Editing, Proofreading, Tagging, and Display
- 22.0 Publishing Terms
- 23.0 Resources
(p. 1097) Mathematical Composition
- (p. 1097) Mathematical Composition
and Paul Frank
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