TOC continues to next page with one line

by Viesturs   Last Updated April 16, 2019 06:23 AM

Consider this example:

\documentclass{report}
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\begin{document}
\tableofcontents

\chapter{Introduction}

\chapter{Background}

\chapter{Setup}

\chapter{Methodology}

\chapter{Data}

\chapter{Statistical Selection}

\chapter{Uncertainties}

\chapter{Results}

\section{Results of methodology 1}

\section{Results of methodology 2}

\section{Results of methodology 3}

\section{Results of methodology 4}

\section{Results of methodology 5}

\section{Resuts of methodology 6}

\section{Results of methodology 7}

\section{Results of methodology 8}

\section{Results of methodology 9}

\section{Results of methodology 10}

\section{Results of methodology 11}

\section{Results of methodology 12}

\section{Results of methodology 13}

\section{Results of methodology 14}

\section{Resullts of methodology 15}

\chapter{Conclusions}

\chapter{Appendix}

\chapter{Bibliography}

\end{document}

The TOC continues to next page with only one line:

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There is no improvement also after I uncomment the lines:

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which I tried according to How do I prevent widow/orphan lines?

How to make TOC either more sparse so that page 2 has more lines or more compact so that TOC is not continued to page 2?



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