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complaints of glue length “mu”; amsart; list of definitions

So I have the following MWE: \documentclass{amsart} \usepackage{etoolbox} % Modifications to amsart ToC-related macros... \makeatletter \let\old@tocline\@tocline \let\section@tocline\@tocline % ...
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Increasing depth of document

I am trying to type by using amsart. I want numbering of the definitions, lemma theorem etc should be of the form x.y.z, where x is section, y subsection and z the actual number of the theorem. I ave ...
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How to change QED sign for theorem classes

I'm writing an article which contains some quite long proofs, some of which include claims with proofs of their own. I dealt with that by adding a claim environment using \newtheorem, but there's a ...
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Break theorem style in amsart [duplicate]

I want to make a theorem's header stands in a separated line like (as style break in ntheorem) Examples 1 (1) GL(n) (2) SL(n) I copied the solution from Theorem formatting, but it doesn't work ...
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Enumerate alignment problem in theorem environment

I'm using amsart. When I create an enumeration inside a theorem environment, the numbering is not aligned properly: Theorem 14. (1) (2) (3) (4) How do I shift the (2),(3),... to be aligned with ...
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subsection vs Theorem

This a typographical/style question. Inside a subsection (after just one paragraph) I have some theorems (amsmath environment). The word Theorem looks stronger (bold, starting with a capital letter) ...
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1answer
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How to number subtheorems hierarchically?

Problem in a nutshell: I'd like to number theorems that are embedded within other theorems' proofs with numbers that indicate the parent-child relationship between the two theorems. Problem in ...
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How to prevent paragraph breaks after theorem environments?

By default, the list environments (such as itemize) have the nice property that if you add a blank line after it, it starts a new paragraph, and if you don't, the paragraph continues. So The ...