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Project title % e.g. Linear Diophantine equations
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Name, date % e.g. Carl Friedrich Gauss, Wednesday 30th April 1777
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\begin{abstract} \noindent
% Here you write a short summary of what the document contains,
% like the blurb on the back of a book.
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\section{Background}
% This section should develop the basic definitions and
% preliminary results required for the statement and proof of
% your main result, including examples that help the reader to
% develop intuition for the concepts presented.
\section{Main result}
% In this section, you should state and prove your main result,
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\section{Extension/application/generalisation}
% You should change this section's name to something relevant to
% your project (e.g. "Applications of the RSA encryption
% algorithm" or "Linear Diophantine equations in $n$ unknowns"
\section{Reflection/conclusion/future directions}
% You should change this section's name to something relevant to
% your project. This section allows you to reflect or conclude
% the work you have done in your project and discuss future work
% that could be done on the project (e.g. applications you tried
% to make but couldn't find the time).
\section{Acknowledgements and references}
% Here you should acknowledge people whose help you are thankful
% for (and why), and any sources such as books and websites that
% you used when studying for the project.
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