I hesitate to ask this question. However I read many advices from math.stackexchange, and I couldn’t find anything similar.

A good time always goes too fast! Two years are fled. In the third year of PHD, my major is general topology and I’m facing with graduation from PHD. I do enjoy research, however the pressure to publish makes me be agitated and not quite, for I haven’t publish any paper. I find, sometimes, doing research and to publish are contradictory.

Here is my question: How to write a good mathematical paper? Could anybody give me some suggestions?

Thanks ahead.

**Answer**

As someone who is currently working on my first mathematical paper, I’ve found this guide from MIT to be very helpful. It covers both writing a clear and precise paper in general as well as the specific challenges presented by a mathematical paper. It’s also fun to read! For example, the author likes to illustrate common mistakes within the text. One of my favorites is:

Don’t string adjectives together, especially if

they are really nouns. Many high quality pure mathematics original research journal

article sentences illustrate this problem.

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