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% This example is for a Master's candidate in Mathematics
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% By: N. Doren 02/10/00
% Minor mods by N. Doren 08/26/11
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\begin{document}
\frontmatter
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\title{An Awesome Thesis That Will Prove \\ to the Universe
That I Really Deserve This Honorable Degree}
\author{Albert Richard Einstein, III}
\degreesubject{M.S., Mathematics}
\degree{Master of Science \\ Mathematics}
\documenttype{Thesis}
\previousdegrees{A.A.S., University of Southern Swampland, 1988 \\
M.S., Art Therapy, University of New Mexico, 1991}
\date{December, \thisyear}
%By default, the thesis frontmatter starts numbering with roman numeral ii because it assumes you will insert the signature page before it in the PDF. Uncomment the following line if you wish to force the frontmatter to start at roman numeral i. D. Murrell.
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%\makecopyright
%Copyright page is no longer necessary D. Murrell
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\begin{dedication}
To my parents, Albert II and Gladys, for their support,
encouragement and the Corvette they're giving me for graduation. \\[3ex]
``A bird in hand is worth two in the bush''
-- Anonymous
\end{dedication}
\begin{acknowledgments}
\vspace{1.1in}
I would like to thank my advisor, Professor Martin Sheen, for his support
and some great action movies. I would also like to thank my dog, Spot,
who only ate my homework two or three times. I have several other people
I would like to thank, as well. \footnote{To my brother and sister, who are really cool.}
\end{acknowledgments}
\maketitleabstract %(required even though there's no abstract title anymore)
\begin{abstract}
The theory of relativity is a real ``toughie'' to prove, but with the
help of my family and my great grandpa Al, this paper presents the
proof in its entirety. Most of the math is correct, and the
part about ``warp speed'' and ``parallel universe'' sounds very high-tech.
\clearpage %(required for 1-page abstract)
\end{abstract}
\tableofcontents
\listoffigures
\listoftables
\begin{glossary}{Longest string}
\item[$a_{lm}$]
Taylor series coefficients, where $l,m = \{0..2\}$
\item[$A_{\bf{p}}$]
Complex-valued scalar denoting the amplitude and phase.
\item[$A^T$]
Transpose of some relativity matrix.
\end{glossary}
\mainmatter
\chapter{Introduction}
\section{\label{section:overview}Overview}
The classic approach to proving a theorem is some really difficult
mathematics. For the theory of relativity, I asked grandpa Al exactly
how he proved it. He gave me a few hints, including some stuff about
rest mass and big electro-motive force. I think he is really smart.
\section{Conclusions}
I conclude that this is a really short thesis.
\chapter{Future Work}
I'm sure my future work will consist of lots of other famous stuff.
\chapter*{Appendices}
\addcontentsline{toc}{chapter}{Appendices}
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\contentsline {chapter}{\numberline {A}Proving $E=MC^2$}{4}
\contentsline {chapter}{\numberline {B}Derivation of $A = \pi r^2$}{5}
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\appendix
\chapter{Proving $E=MC^2$}
I refer the reader to many of grandpa's famous books on this subject.
\chapter{Derivation of $A = \pi r^2$}
A circle is really a square without corners. QED.
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