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Amsthm numbering depending on section depth [duplicate]

I'm using amsthm and thmtools to define custom theorem environments, definition environments, etc. All such environments share the same counter. Is it possible to vary the numbering format depending ...
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Why is “Lemma 9.6” the default and not “9.6 Lemma”? [closed]

As a reader, I never really understood why is it so common for textbooks to have the numbering à la Lemma 9.6. To me it seems to imply that we also have Lemma 9.5 and Lemma 9.7 but sure enough, 9.5 is ...
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How can I number theorems in introduction without section counter and later with it?

I would like to have my theorems numbered in the following way. Theorem 1. Blah-blah Theorem 2. More blah-blah Section 1. Theorem 1.1. Special blah Theorem 1.2. More special ...
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Error using hyperref, cleveref and \newtheorem: no counter defined [duplicate]

Here's my problem: I'm writing some mathematics lecture notes. I needed some different theorem types, such as propositions, lemmas, plus observations, examples and definitions whose numbering depends ...
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Using thmtools: numbering with asterisk

I would like to repeat a theorem number with an added asterisk. That is, the original theorem is: Theorem 1. Lorem ipsum... And I would like the analogue theorem to be: Theorem 1*. Lorem ipsum...
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Reference-able custom section numbering

I am writing some lecture notes from a class that I have on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. What I would like to do is organize them by sections defined by the week and the day, e.g. 1M, 1W, 1F, 2M, ...
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Titlesec, runin shape and amsthm

I'm trying to have an old fashioned style of (sub)section numbering as in EGA (Eléments de Géométrie Algébrique, by A.Grothendieck and J.Dieudonné). For a LaTeX written example, see here. I did it ...
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Reference entire title of a Theorem, not just its number

Say I have \begin{theorem}\label{thm:Fermat} This is a theorem about Fermat. \end{theorem} and the output is Theorem 5.2. This is a theorem about Fermat. Now I want to reference it by ...
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how can I get a period right after a theorem number when using \swapnumbers?

I am trying to mimic lecture notes formatted like this: http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/mathematics/18-01-single-variable-calculus-fall-2005/lecture-notes/lecture_25.pdf I would like to format a theorem ...
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Using chapter instead of section number with amsthm

I'm trying to number my examples, definitions, theorems, etc. in the form Chapter#.example#. However, the amsthm package only seems to provide sectional numbering, which I don't like. Does anyone ...
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Is there a way to use #.# style for theorems and definitions, but #.#.# for associated examples?

EDIT: Question solved. Answer below. I would like to be able to do this sort of thing with my examples: 1 Mathematical Logic Theorem 1.1 blahblah Definition 1.2 blahblah Theorem 1.3 blahblah ...
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Alternative numbering for theorem

I am using thmtools as a front end to amsthm and I have a definition environment as follows. \declaretheorem[ style=mydefinitionstyle, name=Definition, numberwithin=chapter ]{definition} ...
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How to change numbering in remark?

I am writing a book on mathematics. I want to get the following text document : I have written the following code : \documentclass{book} \usepackage{amsthm} \theoremstyle{plain} ...
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Parts numbering in Proofs

I am using proof environment from amsthm to type proofs. Some proofs are long, so it would be nice to split them into numbered parts. I have defined new theorem environment called proofpart for that ...
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Using amsthm to number examples - how do I account for altered examples (i.e. 1', 1'', etc.)

I have sought long and hard for a solution to this and experimented with a combination of http://tex.stackexchange.com/a/43351 and http://tex.stackexchange.com/a/443, but could not get it to work. I ...
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Numbering a “new theorem”

I have a (simple?) question. I use the ams theorem environment for most of my theorems, but I want to box my definitions and find here a nice way to do it, simpler for me than mdframed. My problem is ...
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Using page counter in \newtheorem

I would like to use the page counter as a the first part of the label for definitions. I tried \newtheorem{definition}{Definition}[page] but that wouldn't work if the definition is at the top of a ...
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How to change the numbering style of theorems based on the section number using amsthm?

I am using amsthm for theorems, propositions, and so on. But I altered the section numbering style so that it's '§1 First Section', hence my theorems are numbered (since I base them on sections) ...
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amsthm: Theorems, Lemmas numbered backwards

What I want \newtheorem{thm}{Theorem} \begin{thm} A \end{thm} \begin{thm} B \end{thm} \begin{thm} C \end{thm} Ends up generating Theorem 1 A. Theorem 2 B. Theorem 3 C. What I want instead: ...
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Reindexing Theorem Numbers

The amsthm package comes with an several theorem-like environments. Is there a way to adjust the indexing on a sequence of theorems to skip a number? That is, I would like to have it do something like ...
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Numbering for a theorem and enumerated list within that theorem

I have the following amsthm environment defined \newtheorem{cslist}{Comparative Static Hypothesis} In instances of cslist, I would like to have an enumerated list like this. ...
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What’s the most straightforward way to typeset theorems etc. when the numbering is entirely manual?

I’m using LaTeX to typeset some homework, and since we’re assigned problems scattered throughout our textbook I have to enter the problem number for each problem I typeset. I’d like these problems to ...
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Why is LaTeX giving all of my theorems the same number?

Whenever I try to number my theorems according to the section they are in, they all end up having the same number. I tried the other numbering schemes to see what they do, and the only one that gives ...
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How do I repeat a theorem number?

Often in my papers I want to mention theorems in the introduction that are introduced in more detail and proved in a later section. I'd like to include the statement of these theorems twice over, ...