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How can I DeclareMathOperator* with spacing after it, preserving the alignment?

In the context of optimization problems, I'm using \usepackage{amsmath} \DeclareMathOperator*{\minimize}{\text{minimize}} \DeclareMathOperator*{\subjto}{\text{subject to}} to declare some operators ...
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How to align terms in alignat: too much spaces and too few

Please, help me this code has too much spaces and too few, how can I fix it? \begin{subequations} \begin{alignat}{2} \forall i \in[m] && \sum \limits_{e \in N_{out(s_{i})}} y(i,e) - \sum ...
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What is the correct way to properly align a split equation with continued parts prefixed with a binary operator?

Consider the following result with 2 methods. Don't hesitate to propose better ones if any. The question is: What is the correct way to properly align a split equation in which binary operator ...
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Mini-alignment of a single equation?

So I have this problem, whereupon I would like to do some 'mini-alignment'. I have googled for ways to do this, but I get results based on aligning whole equations. Here is my current output: What ...
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Large equation goes out of margin, want to centre it? [duplicate]

I have a large equation \begin{document} \begin{gather} W = \frac{1}{2\mu_0}(\frac{\Psi'^2 \pi^2}{b^2} \sum_{m,n} a_{mn}^2 n^2 (ab/4) + \frac{\Psi'^2 \pi^2}{a^2} \sum_{m,n} a_{mn}^2 m^2 (ab/4) + ...
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Relational Operator spacing problem with alignat

I have not asked a really embarrassing question in a while, so thought it was time :-). I am stumped as to why the spacing around the = on the third line is incorrect: Notes: I realize I am ...
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How can I make a single-aligned row under two double-aligned rows in an equation?

I have an equation that I would like to align like this (the x is actually \times): A = BBBBB CCCCCCC x DDDDD = EEEEEEE FFFFF I have tried the align environment, align with nested ...
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Displaymath environment that can align equations and squeezes math

I have a long equation to align. Without squeezing the math, it is just barely longer than \textwidth. However, the align environment doesn't squeeze the math at all, which results in a badbox. ...
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How to make the equations at the center

(I'm using LyX). When I'm writing multiline equations, with \aligned the align of the equations is right, how can I make it to be center? For example: Here how it looks when I writing at math ...
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Control the alignment of each “cell” in amsmath's aligned environment

In amsmath's aligned environment, the alignment of each "cell", or each "column" is predetermined, and seems to work in the following way: the first "column" is aligned to the right, the second to the ...
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How to wrap text with flalign*?

I am trying to left align some text as shown below: But the problem here is that the line is almost exceeding the page (shown by red arrow).What I want is somewhat shown in the blue line which ...
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How to remove indentation when using the aligned environment? [duplicate]

I want to align equations inside an enumeration, so I use the aligned environment and its [t] option to make the first equation appear on the same baseline as the item label: \documentclass{article} ...
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Very wide equation ruins consecutive side edges

I've just created a set of equations in matrix form which looks fine. It also seems to fit in the space of my document, but in the following space after the equation, the side edge is suddenly gone, ...
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Remove extra space to the left of aligned environment [duplicate]

To typeset a collection of equations with alignment, I am using align* from amsmath. Some of these equations have right-hand sides that have multiple lines that should be indented. So far I am using ...
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alignat inside align enviroment?

Why can't I nest an alignat environment in an align environment? \begin{equation} \label{eq:115} \left\{ \begin{aligned} \begin{alignat*}{2} ...
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1answer
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align* environment left-aligned with LuaTeX and RTL math direction

When using LuaLaTeX, with the math direction set right-to-left, the contents of an align* environment is left-aligned instead of centered. Why does this happens? How can I fix it? ...
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Horizontal alignment of long equations

I hope that the following question is not a duplicate but I could not find a definite answer. I'm trying to obtain the the same result as Formula (1) in the picture next, but I feel that my approach ...
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Amsmath: Using \tag{name} when you have a long name

When the name is long, the centering of the equations is off even though the tagged name wouldn't overlap the content. How can I center equations with a long name? \documentclass{article} ...
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Help with left align?

I was trying to left align this equation by using code $$\begin{equation} \begin{aligned} E_\theta(L(\delta_1(X)) &=& E_\theta[(1-\frac{b}{a+X^2}) X-\theta]^2\nonnumber\\ ...
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Misalignment of equations using amsmath

I would like all my equations to be aligned to the left on the same margin ie. move the first one forwards or the other two backwards. The second 2 equations are inside an enumerate package though: ...
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1answer
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Alignment in math environment

Consider the following piece of code \documentclass[twocolumn]{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \begin{document} \begin{align*} A_i &= B_i + C_i\\ &= D_i + E_i+F_i + G_i + H_i\\ &= I_i + ...
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Multiline equation with specific indentation style

I have a multiline equation of the following type: \begin{equation} \begin{split} f(x,y) & =a\\ & =b\\ & +c\\ & +d. \end{split} \end{equation} But the output I would like to have is ...
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Alignment problem between multiple line “bmatrices”

I'm having problems trying to align single and multiple line bmatrices: \documentclass[12pt]{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \begin{document} \begin{align*} x = &\begin{bmatrix} ...
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Subequations and align environment

I am trying to use subequations with a complicated alignment. The alignment in the MWE is not satisfactory. I am seeking for a solution where I can specify lrc such as in array, but subequations ...
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1answer
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Collectively aligning multiple align environments [duplicate]

I am using amsmath, and I want to be able to break a mathematical derivation into multiple align environments while maintaining their collective alignment. In particular, I would like to horizontally ...
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Aligned equation which can break through pages [duplicate]

I'm writing long sequences of aligned math equations, and LaTeX interprete them as single, unbreakable objects... which is Ok if the equation is nowhere near the end of the page. Q: Is there a way to ...
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Formula label outside of formula

I want to label a block of equations like that: The "AB" should not inflict the central alignment of the formula. I saw it a lot, but do not succeed on my own. Do I need to build boxes? I used the ...
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Typesetting math: an optimisation problem (cost & constraints)

I really struggle to align a system of equation for an optimisation problem. It was all ok at the beginning until I started adding the constraint. I've got this code so far: \documentclass{article} ...
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Left-align math with fleqn inside split environment

Below, how would I move the first math-line left so that a^2 left-aligns with where? \documentclass{article} \usepackage[fleqn]{amsmath} \begin{document} \setlength{\parindent}{0pt} Some text ...
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Trouble creating properly aligned matrix within a matrix

I'm trying to insert parentheses around a group of elements creating a matrix within a larger matrix. So far I have this: \begin{equation} \begin{bmatrix} \begin{matrix} 0 & 0 \\ 0 & \omega_0 ...
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\qed or \qedhere at the end of split environment

While I was trying to improve my latest document with respect to its \qed symbols at the end of amsthm's proof environment i came across an interesting point. Assume the proof ends with some formula, ...
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Compute remaining horizontal space in align environment

I use align* often and sometimes it is preferable to add text to the right hand side of an equation instead of using \intertext, or \shortintertext, which tends to interrupt the math flow. This is ...
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1answer
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Centering Math Formulas

I am using LaTeXila in Ubuntu and I want to center my math equation so I have this written: $\[ 2^{10} \]$ But when I try to compile into PDF, it outputs the error: Bad math environment delimeter ...
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How to align terms in separate lines in this case?

I want to get another variant for the alignment points in my question answered by Hendrik Vogt, see How to construct a long equation that is split in LHS and RHS to occupy a narrow column?. ...
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Centering \vdots in a system of many equations and aligning the equations to the opening brace

I have a problem similar to this question. I want to typeset k equations with the horizontal \dots and the \vdots aligned. The problem is that I want the equations to be aligned to the opening brace. ...
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1answer
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Aligning equations with using fleqn

I use fleqn as a document class, but now I solve problem, how to align few equations to the center and few to the right. I've tried \setlength{\mathindent}{1cm} but after that is the problem that I ...
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How to left align a set of equations in LyX

How can I left align an AMS flalign block in LyX? The answers in Use flalign or alignat or align or similar environment to align to the left say that to left align a set of equations one should use ...
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1answer
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How can I write a long equation in multi line scaled to text width?

I want to write a long equation over several lines, but result looks highly irregular. How can write this equation better, preferably with all equation occupying the same wide? ...
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How do I get this strange alignment?

I would like to get a nonstandard alignment in the following code: \begin{align} \text{First left hand side} & = \text{First right hand side} \\ \text{Second left hand side} & = ...
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flushing lines in gather environment [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How can I add left aligned text to an equation? I need to write a system with sub-items looking like this: \begin{subequations} \begin{gather} \text{ {\textit{First ...
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Specify alignment per column in align equation

Using the following mwe i have not yet found a way to align the formulas correctly. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{mathtools} % extends amsmath and fixes some of its quirks ...
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flalign* still maintaining indent - caused by \text{}?

The goal is to align all of the text that spans more than one line with the equal sign. It appears that if I use \usepackage{amsmath} in my preamble and then use align* it will align with the ...
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1answer
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Align to center

I want to align some equations to the equal signs, so I wrote this: \begin{align} -3z &=-9\\ z &= 3\\ -3y-3*3 &= 3\\ y &=-4\\ ...
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1answer
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Centering first line of an align environment (Simulating \multicolumn{2}{c})

I often need align environments where the first line is centered, e.g., when first introducing the types of the functions to be defined, then defining them. I essentially want to obtain the effect ...
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1answer
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Using \vtop affects indentation of \intertext

I am using the \iteminput macro from the solution at How to adjust macro to respect current \linewidth? to import content from other TeX files. However, this appears to be effecting the indentation ...
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Aligning multiple binary operators

Objective I want to align the following: expr_a1 <= expr_a2 <= expr_a3 \\ expr_b2 <= expr_b2 <= expr_b3 \\ Now, I want the <= to be aligned with each other; the expr_*2 to be ...
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1answer
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Mixed Grouping in Subequations

I am looking to create a subequation environment with three equations. However, I want to group the 2nd and 3rd equations with a brace on the left side. I tried this (using the empheq package): ...
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5answers
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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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1answer
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How to align equations when some inside are gathered

I have a set of equations where some are coupled with a brace and some text. I want all the equations aligned. Something like the following ASCII art: S = LR L = Ls \ | for s in {a, b} ...
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Equation environment for centered, equally-spaced columns of expressions

I want a environment for displaying rows and columns of mathematical expressions, such that the contents of each column is centered, and the columns are equally spaced. Rows must have optional ...