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corollaries, examples, etc. consecutively using double Arabic numerals. (E.g., Section 3 may start
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the absence of proof.
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- Title of the article.
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Clarity of the presentation is paramount. The results should be made
accessible to the nonspecialist reader. Authors should give
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- An abbreviated form of the title (at most 35 characters), to be
used as the running head.
- Mathematics Subject Classification codes (primary and secondary).
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Mathematical Reviews and on the web site of
the American Mathematical Society.
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