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ü Author names and their affiliations have been provided.
ü One author has been designated as corresponding author.
ü The manuscript title is short and informative.
ü The abstract can be read as stand-alone text and does not exceed 250 words.
ü The manuscript file contains all essential sections (the order can vary): Title, Abstract, Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results, References, Figure Captions, and Tables.
ü Manuscript has been checked for spelling and grammar.
ü All references mentioned in the References list are cited in the text, and vice versa.
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The Editorial Board reserves the right to edit all articles in aspects of style, format, and clarity. Authors may be required to revise their manuscripts for reasons of any aspect. Manuscripts with excessive errors in any aspect may be returned to authors for retyping or may be rejected. All manuscripts will be subjected to peer and editorial review.
As a basic requirement, all articles must be written in English. Manuscripts should be written single-spaced in all parts using Times New Roman 12, with margin of 2.54 cm of all sides, except at the top with margin of 3 cms. Articles must be submitted in the following structural order: title page and authorship, abstract, keywords, text, conflicts of interest, acknowledgement (if any), references, tables, figures, and legends (if any). Your manuscript should be written using either LaTeX or MS-Word.
The Article Title (Capital for the important words,
Times New Roman, size 14pt, bold)
A concise and factual abstract is required. The abstract should state briefly the background and purpose of the study, methods, results, and conclusion. Provide a brief description regarding the novelty of the research: why the research was undertaken, the impact the research will have and why it is a significant advance over past work done on the topic. The abstract should be formally structured and prepared in English with a maximum of 250 words in a single paragraph. It should be set in 10-point font size, justified and should have a hanging indent of 1.25-centimenter.
Keywords: keyword 1; keyword 2; keyword 3 (List 3 – 6 words or short phrases that will allow proper and convenient indexing. The text should be set in 10-point font size and without the use of bold or italic font style. Please use a semicolon as a separator. Keywords must be title cased)
Your paper will be part of the InPrime (Indonesian Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics) therefore we ask that authors follow the guidelines explained in this template and in the file «InPrime-template.pdf», in order to achieve the highest quality possible. For article in applied mathematics, it is recommended for the main text of the manuscript be structured in IMRAD format:
- Results and Discussion,
For pure mathematics, the article has a rather different and flexible structure as follows:
- Results (theorem and proof),
- Conclusions and/or open problem(s) (optional).
The author will be advised to revise their articles when the articles submitted are unsuitable form technically. After returning the manuscript must be appropriately modified.
Remove this paragraph and start section numbering with 1. For any questions, please contact the editorial office of the journal or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The manuscript starts with a brief introduction describing the paper’s significance. The introduction should provide sufficient background information to make the article intelligible to readers in other disciplines, and sufficient context so that the significance of the experimental findings is clear. Please highlight controversial and diverging hypotheses when necessary.
Finally, briefly mention the main aim of the work and highlight the principal conclusions. As far as possible, please keep the introduction comprehensible to scientists outside your particular field of research. References should be numbered in order of appearance and indicated by a numeral or numerals in square brackets, e.g.,  or ,, or  – . See the end of the document for further details on references.
The method section may be divided by subheadings. This section should contain sufficient detail so that when read in conjunction with cited references, all procedures can be repeated. Please note that the publication of your manuscript implies that you must make all materials, data, computer code, and protocols associated with the publication available to readers. Please disclose at the submission stage any restrictions on the availability of materials or information. New methods and protocols should be described in detail while well-established methods can be briefly described and appropriately cited.
Research manuscripts reporting large datasets that are deposited in a publicly available database should specify where the data have been deposited and provide the relevant accession numbers. If the accession numbers have not yet been obtained at the time of submission, please state that they will be provided during review. They must be provided prior to publication.
3. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION
The result section may also be divided by subheadings covering the key findings of the study, discussing the potential shortcomings and limitations of their interpretations; discussing their integration into the current understanding of the problem and how this advances the current views; speculate on the future direction of the research and freely postulate theories that could be tested in the future.
The heading of a section title must be 12-point bold in all capitals aligned to the left. The heading of subsection and subsections must also be 12-point bold with initial letters capitalized. Words like “is”, “or”, “then”, etc. should not be capitalized unless it is the first word of the subsection title. No dot should be included after the subsection title number.
Bulleted lists look like this:
- First bullet
- Second bullet
- Third bullet
Numbered lists can be added as follows:
1. First item
2. Second item
3. Third item
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3.2 Page Setup
The paper size must be set to Letter (21.59x27.94 mm). The document margins must be the following:
- Top: 3 cm;
- Bottom: 2.54 cm;
- Left: 2.54 cm;
- Right: 2.54 cm.
It is advisable to keep all the given values.
Regarding the page layout, the authors should set the Section Start to Continuous with the vertical alignment to the top and the following header and footer:
- Header: 1.4 cm;
- Footer: 2.2 cm.
Tables should be properly numbered, centred and should always have a caption positioned above them. Captions with one line should be centred and if it has more than one line should be set to justify. The font size to use is 11-point for caption and 9-point for text in a table cell. No bold or italic font style should be used. No dot should be included after the final sentence of a caption.
Detailed explanations or table footnotes should be typed directly beneath the table, but not in a table cell. Table footnote labels should be alphabetical; numbers or special characters are not permitted. Position tables as closely as possible to where they are mentioned in the main text. Tables should be cited in the main text as Table 1, Table 2, etc.
Table 1. This is a tablea
aTables may have a footer
Figure should be properly numbered, centred and should always have a caption positioned under it. Captions with one line should be centred and if it has more than one line should be set to justify. The font size to use is 11-point. No bold or italic font style should be used. No dot should be included after the final sentence of a caption only if the caption consists of a single sentence. Figures should be placed in the main text near the first time they are cited. Figures should be cited in the main text as Figure 1, Figure 2, etc.
Figure 1. This is a figure. If there are multiple panels, they should be listed as (a) Description of what is contained in the first panel; (b) Description of what is contained in the second panel.
3.5 Formatting of Mathematical Component
Equations should be placed on a separate line, numbered and centred. An extra line space should be added above and below the equation. The numbers according to equations must appear in consecutive order inside each section or within the contribution, with the number enclosed in brackets and set on the right margin, starting with the number 1.
Authors should discuss the results and how they can be interpreted from the perspective of previous studies and of the working hypotheses. The findings and their implications should be discussed in the broadest context possible. Future research directions may also be highlighted.
Collate acknowledgements in a separate section at the end of the article before the references and do not, therefore, include them on the title page, as a footnote to the title or otherwise. List here those individuals who provided help during the research (e.g., providing language help, writing assistance or proofreading the article, etc.). Personal acknowledgements should be limited to appropriate professionals who contributed to the paper, including technical help and financial or material support, writing assistance or proofreading the article, etc.
References should appear at the end of the article after the Funding, Acknowledgements, and Disclosure sections and follow the IEEE citation style. References must be numbered in order of appearance in the text (including citations in tables and legends) and listed individually at the end of the manuscript. The references must be written using a bibliography software package, such as EndNote, ReferenceManager, or Zotero to avoid typing mistakes and duplicated references. Include the digital object identifier (DOI) for all references where available.
Each article should have at least 20 references and 80% come from recent research articles (published in the last 10 years). In-text citations, use “et al.” for references of three or more authors. However, the references, list up to six names of authors. If there are more than six authors, the following authors should be written with “et al”.
Citations and References in Supplementary files are permitted provided that they also appear in the reference list here. In the text, reference numbers should be placed in square brackets [ ], and placed before the punctuation; for example , – or ,. For embedded citations in the text with pagination, use both parentheses and brackets to indicate the reference number and page numbers; for example  (p. 10), or  (pp. 101–105). Follow the example of forms of references as shown below.
 J. Cohen, C. Bohk-Ewald and R. Rau, "Gompertz, Makeham, and Siler models explain Taylor’s law in human mortality data," Demographic Research, vol. 38, no. 29, pp. 773-842, 2018.
 T. B. L. Kirkwood, "Deciphering death: a commentary on Gompertz (1825) 'On The Nature of The Function Expressive of The Law of Human Mortality, and on A New Mode of Determining The Value of Life Contingencies'," Philosophical Transactions Of The Royal Society B, vol. 370, no. 1666, 2015.
 T. H. Tai and A. Noymer, "Models For Estimating Empirical Gompertz Mortality: With An Application To Evolution Of Gompertzian Slope," The Society Of Population Ecology, vol. 60, no. 1-2, pp. 171-184, 2018.
 D. Rosadi, Analisis Ekonometrika & Runtun Waktu Terapan dengan R, Yogyakarta: KOMINFO, 2011.
 J. D. Cryer and K.-S. Chan, Time Series Analysis with Applications in R Second Edition, New York: Springer-Verlag, 2008.
 B. P. Statistik, "https://www.bps.go.id/," [Online]. Available: https://www.bps.go.id/dynamictable/2015/03/10/818/total-keberangkatan-penumpang-dari-pelayaran-dalam-negeri-di-5-pelabuhan-utama-2006-2018-orang-.html. [Accessed 24 July 2018].
 N. Inayah, Pelabelan (a,d)-H-anti ajaib pada beberapa kelas graf [dissertation], Bandung: Bandung Institute of Technology, 2013.
The appendix is an optional section that can contain details and data supplemental to the main text. For example, explanations of experimental details that would disrupt the flow of the main text, but nonetheless remain crucial to understanding and reproducing the research shown; figures of replicates for experiments of which representative data is shown in the main text can be added here if brief, or as Supplementary data. Mathematical proofs of results not central to the paper can be added as an appendix.
All appendix sections must be cited in the main text. In the appendixes, Figures, Tables, etc. should be labelled starting with ‘A’, e.g., Figure A1, Figure A2, etc.
If your manuscript has been reviewed and the editor invites you to submit a revised version of your manuscript, please carefully consider all editor and reviewer comments. If you are able to suitably address these comments, we ask that you submit a response to each comment alongside your revised manuscript. Your manuscript and the response to the comments and criticisms will be assessed by the original editor whenever possible and, if required, by the original reviewers. Please either outline how the criticism was addressed in the revised manuscript or provide a rebuttal to the criticism. This makes it easier for reviewers and editors to evaluate your revised manuscript.
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