Typesetting Math Using LaTeX

As Lead Instructional Designer of ATLT Games, I was responsible for typesetting math and training all Instructional Design Assistants on LaTeX typesetting.

Through much research, I was able to create a set of standards and implement LaTeX typesetting for all math in the 6th grade, 7th grade, and 8th grade curricula materials.

 

Here are a few examples of LaTeX typesetting that I used.

table
\begin{tabular}{r@{.}l}
7&78\\
0&6\\
+\,0&07 \\
\hline
8&45 \\
\end{tabular}
tabularaddition
\begin{array}{|c|c|c|} x & y=x+\frac{3}{4} & (x,y) \\
\hline
-4&-\tfrac{13}{4}&(-4, -\tfrac{13}{4})\\
0&\tfrac{3}{4}&(0, \tfrac{3}{4})\\
2&\tfrac{11}{4}&(2, \tfrac{11}{4})\\
7.2&7.95&(7.2, 7.95)\\
\end{array}
stemleaf
\begin{tabular}
{r|l}
Stem & Leaf \\
\hline
0 & 3 \; 4 \; 8 \; \; \\
1 & 7 \; \; \; \; \\
2 & 0 \; \; \; \\
3 & 2 \; 4 \; 6 \; \\
4 & 5 \; \; \; \\
5 & 4 \; 6 \; 7 \; 8 \\
6 & 2 \; \; \; \\
\end{tabular}
\;\;\;Key: 3 | 2 \; means \; 32 \\

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