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Aligning equals signs across Beamer blocks

I've got a Beamer frame consisting of two blocks that contain some equations: \begin{frame} \frametitle{Modell} \begin{block}{A $(X_{t})$} \begin{align*} X_{t} = \epsilon_{t} \quad ...
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Why will Beamer Equation Killing Document [duplicate]

I am a totally new to beamer and I just can't seem to figure out why beamer won't let me include equations. I run the following code and it does not work. I try to include {equation*} but it still ...
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1answer
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Set math fonts to predefined color

I am trying to define math text is some predefined color as in my preamble: \setbeamercolor{math text}{pmsGreen} \everymath{\color{pmsGreen}} \everydisplay{\relax \ifx \\\@eqncr \else ...
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Equations (to be tagged, but how?) too long to fit in a Beamer alertblock

In the following code the 3rd equation is going out of the alert block. I want to align those equations beautifully inside the alert block. And also I want to indicate that the first equation is 'Mass ...
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Scale down a array contained in an equation - beamer

I have an array inside an equation in a beamer presentation. I tried scaling it down using resizebox but it gives me error : \begin{equation} \label{eq:recursive} \resizebox{\linewidth}{!}{ ...
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Big Equation into several lines in beamer

I have a very big equation and I tried to seperate that equation into different lines using the following code but the spacing is very big. Can anyone suggest what would be the best way to save space ...
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Colored underbraces for annotating equations

I am trying to implement my previous Powerpoint presentation in beamer. I have a figure like I want to create something like this in beamer. I wrote a equation as follows but I couldn't write the ...
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Simple Beamer Template for Total Beginners

Is there a template that allows me to create slides with only some simple formulas at most?
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1answer
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Exemple block and equations (Beamer) [closed]

I got an error with the exempleblock environment: \documentclass{beamer} \usetheme{PaloAlto} \begin{document} \begin{frame}\frametitle{Title} \begin{exampleblock} \[ t = ...
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2answers
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How to get align or similar equation environment to use the whole line instead of centering around the equality sign

I'm creating a Beamer presentation in which a line in the equation environment should fill the whole screen and should not only be centered arround the equality sign. I think this looks nicer and is ...
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List of all equations in the entire document

I am trying to put all the equations of my presentation made with Beamer into a single table to summarize them. They are however in various frames within \align environments. How can I achieve this? ...
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votes
1answer
366 views

Centering an equation vertically

I would like to put an equation at the center of a page in beamer (viewing the page from top to bottom rather than left to right - I already know how to center an equation going from left to right). I ...
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1answer
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Equations didn't fit

I created a presentation with University of Hamburg beamer theme, which can be found here. However, in a slide, I wrote long equations but they did not fit and I cannot fix this problem. This is the ...
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Equal font sizes in equation while using Beamer

This is a follow-up question to Equations, change the font size I was trying to have equal font sizes in equations like the ones in the above link. Using \DeclareMathSizes{display size}{text ...
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1answer
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Beamer - Uncover within Equation Mode

I have an equation and I would like to uncover part of it at a time. Take y = 2x + 3. \begin{equation*} y = 2x + 3 \end{equation*} I would like to uncover the 3 \begin{equation*} y = 2x + ...
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1answer
558 views

Problem with labeled equations in beamer: Why do the labels have different positions after each compilation?

I'd like to make a slide in beamer with a few equations that labels the parts of the last equation shown. I'm doing this with overlays so one equation is added at a time, and only that last equation ...
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votes
2answers
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System of linear equations wobbles

I tried to illustrate how to solve a system of linear equations but I don't come along with the different approaches to position the equations. They are shifted at some slides, e.g. if an arrow is ...
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1answer
2k views

Beamer color overlay in equation environment

I want to use this overly command <2->\alert<2> inside an equation environment to color some terms. How can I do this?
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2answers
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Too much space at the top of a beamer block when using multilined math environment

I would like to place two math lines in a beamer block, as two separately centered lines. I know that I could do this using two distinct equation environments, but it would be nicer to use a single ...
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2answers
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Equation numbering problems in AMSMath environments with \pause

I'm writing a beamer presentation, and trying (unsuccessfully) to use \pause to step through a numbered array of equations, with the equations appearing in turn, and the corresponding numbers ...
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3answers
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beamer's \only command, equation counter increment does not get retained outside of \only

I've got a problem where I am using beamer's \only command, but within \only, the equation number incrementation doesn't survive. I.e., I'd like to do \only<1>{ \begin{align} equation 1 ...
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2answers
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Override default equation numbering in Beamer?

I need to override the default equation numbering behavior. I want the numbers next to equations in my Beamer slide presentation to match with the numbers of the same equations in my paper. so ...
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votes
3answers
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Uncover a multiline equation with beamer

I am using the beamer class for a presentation and amsmath package for the math mode. If I uncover the formula in the following way, the formula jumps between slides, which is not intended. ...