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Referring to a complete subequation environment. Is there a recommended style?

I have a subequations environment which is labelled and inside it I have an alignat environment which has a label for each line. Would you say it is ok to refer to the complete model as I do it in ...
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hyperref package within AMS latex environment

How can I use link references using hyperref package within AMS latex environment? Is it possible to use it with \cite{} or need to use anything else? When i try to create a dvi file I have an error ...
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Separate labels in cases to then reference [duplicate]

How can I label each of these equations separately so that I can refer to each of them later on? \[ \begin{cases} u_t+uu_x=-p_x, \\ H_t+(uH)_x=0, \end{cases} \]
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Cleveref: Parentheses around references to subequations using \labelcref

Using the Cleveref package (v0.19) i have a problem with missing parentheses when referencing to subequations, using the \labelcref command. Here is a MWE: \documentclass{article} ...
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Why isn't eqref working?

I am trying to use \eqref as in the following, but instead of (1), I get a set of blank parentheses as the result. Could anyone help me fix the problem? \documentclass[10pt]{article} ...
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smartref package: Problems when referencing from math mode \text{}

I'm getting errors when using smartref's \sectionref command (or similar) from inside amsmath's \text{...} environment inside math mode. MWE: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath} ...
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Equation reference undefined when using \cref and package{amsmath}

When I attempt to reference an equation using \cref{..} while also using the package amsmath the references appear as ?? in the outputted pdf. For example \documentclass[]{article} ...
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Hyperlinks to repeated & variant equations with \tag{} don't work

Suppose I have the following equation (42), a variant version of it (42ᵇⁱˢ), and then a repeated version of (42). Here is how I would express them in my document: Original equation: \begin{equation} ...
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Create \eqref* (\eqref without link, i.e. starred eqref)

I want to create a command \eqref*, which is the same like \eqref, but without a clickable link. There are similar commands for \ref (\ref*) and \autoref (\autoref*) which achieve this behaviour, but ...
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Backreferences for equations

I'd like to put a list of pages, hyperlinked to the position of the \eqref or \cref that point to it in the margin of each \labeled equation, like backref does for bibliographies and \cite. Both this ...
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How to refer to the number of an item in an enumerate environment inside a theorem

I have something that looks like this: \usepackage{amsmath} \begin{document} \begin{thm} The following are true: \begin{enumerate} \item \label{foo} Foo \item \label{bar} Bar \item \label{baz} Baz ...
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Input manually a number into \eqref

Often while writing papers I find the need to cite particular equations from other papers. For example, the landmark paper by Einstein, Newton, and White (2015) lays out the theory of everything in ...
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Custom cross-reference formats (e.g. “Equation 1” instead of just “1”) [duplicate]

I have an equation system set up as below. When I reference it however, ie. with \ref{eqn:surfacetension}, it only prints the number '1', and not 'Equation 1'. How can I modify the code to do that? I ...
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System of equations with tag which has subscript

Suppose I have an equation u_t = F(x) u(0) = u_0 I want to put a brace around on the left hand side of both lines and give it a tag with a subscript (eg. P_w) AND I want to be able to refer to ...
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Equation number displaying problem

I used \eqref to reference two different equations (\eqref{eq1} and \eqref{eq2}) but it displays the same strange shape as shown below in the image. The equation numbers are 1 & 2, any help?
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Multiple labels in aligned environment

I would like to format an optimization problem by \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \begin{document} We want to label each line separately. The inserted text and formulas have to be ...
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Problem with cross referencing using gather environment

I am using gather environment to write bunch of equations. When I try to cross-reference those equations, the equation number doesn't show up. Here is my code \documentclass[12 pt]{article} ...
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Using \tag in unnumbered versions

According to the amsmath documentation (section 3.1, page 7) \tag and \tag* can also be used within the unnumbered versions of all the amsmath alignment structures It provides no examples ...
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\eqref to give reference to a sequence of subequations

Suppose I have the following code \begin{subequations} \begin{align} a+b = c \label{eq.1}\\ d+e = f \label{eq.2} \end{align} \end{subequations} I want now that upon giving the reference, it ...
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autonum breaks align* and equation*

The autonum package apparently doesn't like me to declare math modes to be unnumbered, and prefers to do this on its own. Can't really tell if this is intended behavior and if so, why. ...
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eqref in captions with mathtools

I've now tried mathtools for the first time, for the sake of showonlyrefs. It works fine, except if I put an \eqref command into a figure caption, in which case I get: ! Argument of \@caption has an ...
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Using \label with amsmath nested environments

First of all, I'm not sure these environments are supposed to be nested, but the fact is the alignment comes out exactly how I wanted, and no errors are issued. \documentclass[a5paper]{article} ...
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showonlyrefs and cleveref

This question led to a new package: autonum I know that cleveref is not compatible with showonlyrefs as it says in the cleveref manual. But I have a book-length document that depends on ...
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Tagging under an equation using underbrace

I would like to tag two parts of a huge equation using underbraces (and call them, say term A and term B). Later in the text, I want to talk about term A and term B. Is there a way to tag and label ...
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Lost labels using intertext with varioref and hyperref

I have a problem using \intertext together with \vref when hyperref is also used. Consider the following minimal example: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath, varioref} ...
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Independent labelling of lines in a `cases` environment [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Separate labels in cases I am looking for a way to number and references independently individual lines in a cases environment. Here is an example: ...
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Printing labels along with equation numbers

Working with documents with huge amount of equations it becomes cumbersome to go back and remind yourself what you labeled a certain equation to (I try to name them in a smart way, but there are too ...
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Customize the way eqref works with tags

I'd like to have a version of \eqref that treats equations with a custom tag differently from the usual numbered equation. In particular, if I assign a tag to an equation, I'd like \eqref not to put ...
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Trouble with hyperref when resetting the counter for equations (specifically with the align environment)

I am trying to reset a counter to zero; however hyperref tries to reference previous equations. I am using: \setcounter{equation}{0} And if I have labels in say align environments: ...
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amsmath - multiple labels in one equation

I would like to use multiple labels in the same equation when using amsmath. Basic latex already has this feature, but not amsmath, which seems to manipulate labels in complicated ways. Is it possible ...
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1answer
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How to redefine \label command in align environment

I have a problem with the redefinition of \label inside of the align environment. The goal is to allow a different behavior of the label command inside of the align environment than outside of it ...
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Referencing subequations with cleveref

I try to refer to the parent number of subequations with \cref from the cleveref package. However, I would like to change the output "eq. (...)" into "eqs. (...)" when I refer to parent numbers ...
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Turn off numbering on unused equations [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do I number equations only if they are referred to in the text? While I am writing a document, I like to use align rather than align* and label them for all ...
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Separate labels in cases

As much as I have tried, it doesn't seem possible to use separate labels when using a casesconstruction (from the amsmath package). Ideally, I would like to be able to write something like ...
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How can I properly reference equations numbered by default in an align block?

I have two equations in an align block: \begin{align} 4x-3y&=2\\ 3x+2y&=1 \end{align} Both of these equations are numbered (1) and (2) respectively. In a sentence beneath this align ...
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Changing the apperance of equation numbers with amsmath

For equations in my document, I use the facilities of the amsmath package. In order to make the equation numbers more eye-catching, I want them to be in boldface and a little bit indented to the ...
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Conflict between amsmath and pdfcomment

I use both amsmath and pdfcomment in one document. This leads to the references produced by (\ref{}) to appear like (zref@1) instead of numbers like (1). Without amsmath or pdfcomment this problem ...
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How can I use cross-references and hyperlinks to parts of an align environment?

I'm writing an exercise book, and in some exercises I'll have several numbered equations in an align environment, e.g., (1) x^2+x+1=0, (2) ax^3+2x=0, (3) x^5=2i, (4) x^4=-i, (5) x-1/x=2, (6) ...
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Multiply defined labels using hyperref

I'm using the stackrel command to indicate important steps in the transformation of formulas. E.g. I would write: A\stackrel{(!)}{=}B so that I can later explain in text why exactly A equals B. I've ...