This LaTeX template is provided by Overleaf and PeerJ to help make it easier for authors to submit to PeerJ journals.
The template contains examples of commonly used LaTeX commands and features to help you get started.
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PeerJ – Life & Environment - a peer-reviewed Open Access journal in the Biological, Medical and Environmental Sciences;
PeerJ Computer Science - a peer-reviewed Open Access journal serving the Computational sciences;
PeerJ Physical Chemistry - a peer-reviewed Open Access journal in subjects including biophysical chemistry, molecular dynamics, electrochemistry, theoretical and computational chemistry;
PeerJ Organic Chemistry - a peer-reviewed Open Access journal in subjects including biochemistry, polymers, green chemistry, photochemistry, and synthetic organic chemistry;
PeerJ Inorganic Chemistry - a peer-reviewed Open Access journal in subjects including cluster, organometallic, transition metal, supramolecular and solid-state chemistry;
PeerJ Analytical Chemistry - a peer-reviewed Open Access journal in subjects including atomic spectroscopy, omics technologies, separation science, spectroscopic analysis, and surface and structural imaging;
Materials Science - a peer-reviewed Open Access journal in subjects including additive manufacturing, bio- and bioinspired materials, smart materials, thin films, gels, alloys, ceramics, colloids, and porous materials.
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Professional Formal Letter
Version 1.0 (28/12/13)
This template has been downloaded from:
Brian Moses (http://www.ms.uky.edu/~math/Resources/Templates/LaTeX/)
with extensive modifications by Vel (firstname.lastname@example.org)
CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/)
Vel Gayevskiy and Brian Moses (submitted by Spencer Muir)
This short paper deals with a derivation of the three-dimensional Pythagorean Theorem employing the general equation of a circle. However, I am not presenting this paper with any kind of proofs or explanations for the concepts assisting the derivation of the Pythagorean Theorem.