## Presentation Style Guidelines

When you are asked to show the steps of a calculation,

- Write all your steps vividly, so that they show up clearly when put under the document camera. (This is
*not* a homework paper. It is a **presentation**.)
- Work
*down* the page. Each new equation should get a new line. Don't work in columns.

When you are asked to make a graph,

- Use a whole page in landscape orientation just for your graph.
- Draw your illustration vividly, so that it shows up clearly when put under the document camera. (This is
*not* a homework paper. It is a **presentation**.)
- Put \((x,y)\) coordinates on all important locations. (Write exact symbols, not decimal approximations.)
- Any points that are given in the problem description
- Any points that you are asked to find
- All
*axis intercepts* (for *Cartesian lines*)
- The
*missing endpoint* (for *Poincaré Type I lines*)
- The
*center of the semicircle* and the two *missing endpoints* (for *Poincaré Type II lines*)

- Add any quantities, such as
*distances*, that you were asked to compute. (Write exact symbols, not decimal approximations.)

page maintained by Mark Barsamian, last updated Feb 3, 2022