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How to combine paragraphs of text with equations using \shortintertext and 'align'

I commented that I'm solving problems to make a book of basic math (or precalculus). In the environment or region of solving an exercise I want to combine paragraphs of text (using \shortintertext) ...
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Changing the vertical alignment of `multlined` from the mathtools package

Package mathtools provides the vertical alignments top, center, and bottom: \documentclass{report} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{mathtools} \begin{document} \makeatletter ...
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votes
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using aligned or split inside align*

I am trying to use aligned or split inside an align* environment. However, I keep getting an error missing } or missing \right.. However, this isn't the case. \documentclass{article} ...
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votes
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mathtools: tagging with words and a number in align

How does one tag an equation with both words and numbers? \documentclass{article} \usepackage{mathtools} \newenvironment{Dequation} {% ...
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votes
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Unwanted space before flalign

Why is there so much vertical space between the subsection heading and the equation in the following example. How do I get rid of it? \documentclass{article} \usepackage{mathtools} \begin{document} ...
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Adding multiple paragraphs between aligned equations

Some people have asked about how to add multiple paragraphs (when \intertext and \shortintertext no longer work), a fix was proposed by Peter Grill here: He wrote: My first thought was to hack ...
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! Argument of \@Aboxed has an extra }

I have a problem using \Aboxed in the following align*-environment: \begin{align*} \omega(\sigma_{ij}) &\equiv 1 - \left(\frac{27J_3}{2\sigma_e^3}\right)^2 \\ & = \omega(L) = 1 - \frac{\left( ...
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\mbox does not draw a box inside align*

\mbox doesn't work inside align*: \begin{document} \usepackage{mhchem} \begin{align*} \ce{K_w} &= \ce{[H3O+][OH^-]} \\ -\log \ce{K_w} &= -\log ( \ce{[H3O+][OH^-]} ) \\ -\log ...