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Subtopic(1) Sets, (2) Venn diagrams, (3) Relations, (4) Functions, (5) Domain of a function, (6) Co-domain and range of a function, (7) Modulus, identical, and signum function, (8) Greatest integer and fractional part function, (9) Exponential and logarithmic functions, (10) One-one and many-one, (11) Into-onto, (12) Number of functions, (13) , Problems on composite functions, (14) Even and odd functions, (15) Inverse of a function, (16) Periodic functions, (17) Transformation of graphs

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I can not write in a straight line unless. I have lined papers to help guide me along the pages. However some-times the task calls for plain-paper where no such lines are in place *(i.e. a poster or some such)*.

I usually write with a ball point pen. However, in the case of a poster, I use felt tip pen which is more susceptible to smudging if rubbed too much / too soon!

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*How can I make sure that I am writing in a straight line without using lined paper?*

I have tried placing a ruler along the page but this messes up my handwriting and it looks a bit weird so I would rather try a new method.

**There a several options to create an invisible line to help you write:**

- Draw thin lines with a pencil and erase them afterwards. If you work with a soft pencil and without much force, the lines are easily erasable and you won`t mark the sheet.
- If you are working on a poster, you could also provide a line with the help of a beamer / over head projector or some fancy laser liner. It should work best if you are left handed, since you otherwise cover the line with your arm/hand.
- Also, you can work at the edge of a table or by placing a ruler under the paper. You will notice directly if you are not on the line. But it will be not beneficial for your style.