I made a template for Math 3E & 3F at Berkeley City College. This will work well for most typed problem sets for most classes. This also will work for UC Berkeley's DiffEQ class

A template for a proof submitted as homework with student name, today's date, assignment number, assignment statement, and proof.
Includes a function for aligning equals signs and has a box for the QED at the end of the proof.

This template is an example of mathematics for business which explains how to clear the formula of increase (increase) and decrease (decrease) percentage to find the price increased or the price decreased given the initial price and the percentage increase and decrease.

The following project is in the field of combinatorics. It is a broad summary of the probabilistic method. Basic definitions and theorems, needed for the proper use of the probabilistic method, are introduced. Simple examples are provided in order to illustrate the theory in practice and to introduce the method itself. The project focuses on competitive problems from major national and international competitions, in whose solutions could be used probabilistic method, contributing to their briefness. One of our main aims is demonstrating the broad application of the probabilistic method not only in some theoretical fields of mathematics, but also in competitive problems. The problems in the abstract are with increased difficulty and we believe, they can serve as a preparation for mathematical olympiads and competititons.

A LaTeX template for preparing documents for the Mathematical Modeling and Boundary Value Problems Conference.
This is a LaTeX template (version from 2019 Feb. 25) for preparing documents for All-Russian Scientific Conference of the Mathematical Modeling and Boundary Value Problems [Matem. Mod. Kraev. Zadachi, Samara, Russian Federation].
It was submitted by an author writing for the 11th All-Russian Scientific Conference with international participation (MMiKZ’19).
The various components of your paper [title, text, heads, etc.] are already defined on the style sheet, as illustrated by the portions given in this document.
Author: Mikhail N. Saushkin (msaushkin@gmail.com)