%%% Template for Senior Thesis Proposal
\documentclass{stprop}
%%% Enter the title of your thesis.
\title{Pythagorean Quadruplets}
%%% Your name.
\author{Wally~T. Wart}
%%% Your advisor's name.
\advisor{Professor W.W.~Warthog}
%%% The date, in the form of ``season, year''
\date{Fall, 2002}
\begin{document}
\maketitle
\section{Introduction}%
\label{sec:introduction}
For many years I have been fascinated by Pythagorean Triplets
and consequently I have decided to generalize them.
\section{Proposed Research}%
\label{sec:prop-research}
I will look for numbers $w$, $x$, $y$ and $z$ that satisfy the
condition,
$$w^2+x^2+y^2 =z^2 .$$
My thesis will consist of a complete list of all quadruplets.
\section{Prior Research}%
\label{sec:prior-research}
This subject was first studied by Warthog~\cite{warthog} and more
recently considered by Antelope, Melon and Honeydew~\cite{antelope}.
Finally, I learned how to cite webpages from Walker and
Taylor~\cite{spider}.
%%% Enter your bibliography following the examples shown here or
%%% delete these entries and uncomment the lines at the end to use
%%% BibTeX.
\begin{thebibliography}{99} %% The 99 gives the width of the label
\bibitem{warthog} W. W. Warthog,
\emph {Handbook of Pythagorean Triplets},
Claremont College Press,
1993.
\bibitem{antelope}C. Antelope, W. Melon, \& Q. Honeydew,
\emph {An journal article on Pythagoras},
Amer. Math. Monthly,
90 (1999) pp. 1-23.
\bibitem{spider} J.R. Walker \& T. Taylor,
\emph{Basic CGOS Style},
Columbia University Press, 2002.
{\tt http://www.columbia.edu/cu/cup/cgos/}
(8 Sep. 1991).
\end{thebibliography}
%%% Uncomment to use BibTeX.
%\bibliographyfile{mybib}
%\bibliographystyle{plain}
\end{document}