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qed symbol not correctly aligned when ending a proof with a diagram

I know there is a myriad of questions about the alignment of the tombstone symbol, but I couldn't see any one that addresses this little issue. Say you end your proof with a diagram such as the ...
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Maths, functions in latex, really basic

I am trying to code the following; f:X->Y   x|->f(x) where -> is \longrightarrow and |-> is \longmapsto. However, my problem is that I am unable to get the x directly underneath the X. ...
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File ended while scanning use of \\definition

LaTeX noob here. Basically I get the following message in sharetex: main.tex: File ended while scanning use of \\definition. <inserted text> \par <*> main.tex I suspect you have ...
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Indicator at end of theorem

I'm writing a text with some very long theorem-environments in it and I find the italicised theorems visually not pleasing when they are rather longish. So I'm using the definition theorem style most ...
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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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Move QED symbol to the left, i.e. at the end of the sentence

I want to make the qed symbol at the end of a proof appear at the end of the last sentence, not at the far right of the same line. Would like to do this the simplest way possible. All I can find ...
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Combined use of [fleqn] and \qedhere

It seems there is an issue within the ams packages, which results in an incompatibility between the fleqn option, and the \qedhere command. If those are used together, the qed symbol is flushed to ...
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Problem with qedhere

In a paper I'm writing, I end a proof with a displayed equation that has some cases in it. The relevant code looks something like the following: \[f(x) = \begin{cases} 2x & \text{if $x<0$}\\ ...