I am writing a paper where I have a stated a theorem, and then a short time later I state another theorem which is equivalent to the first. Is it possible to number them so that the second is a primed version of the first? In other words, if the first gets numbered as Theorem 7, I would like its equivalent version to be numbered as Theorem 7'. Ideas? Thanks.
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If the "primed" theorem is always immediately after the main one, you can say
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