{equations} is about the various environments to typeset displaystyle mathematics, e.g. equation and {align}. For general questions about mathematical typesetting use {math-mode}. Both tags are possible on the same question.

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LaTeX converter issue with formula

I had problem with MS Word 2010 when converting it to LaTeX using Michael's converter. The system works well with simple text-based files. But a simple formula makes it keep working (busy with ...
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Double backslash \\ does not work in equation environment

My problem is that inside equation environment double backslash \\ does not seem to work as expected to force a line break: \begin{equation*} \fontsize{12}{15} \text{1. (a) State the ...
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How to obtain even space between variables in math mode?

When I combine numbers and several variables in an equation, the spacing between the numbers and variables are not even. What is the correct way to display the equation? The red box highlight the ...
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Number quote environment like an equation

I want to put an equation number to the right of a quote (the environment) as if it was an equation. I have looked at Equations with only text in them, How can I make LaTeX number my quotes and How ...
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How do I align the equations about the equal to sign, with lines of text in between? [duplicate]

I want to align unnumbered equations about the '=' sign having one or two lines of statements in between. And also, I want them to be centered. Here is what I did in my code: \begin{align*} T & ...
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beamer with equation or align : replace part of equation and keep alignment

I'm creating a presentation with the beamer class. Assume I want to write this : \begin{equation} f(x) \only<1>{= \cos(x)} \only<2>{= 2\cos(x)} \end{equation} I have a ...
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Graphical connection between a matrix and a label

I need to show the connection of an element of a matrix with a label, like this: This is some code that I write: \[ \mathrm{A^{(0)}}= \quad \left( \begin{array}{cccc:c@{}} 2 & 2 & 1 ...
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nested array with alignment

I am trying to generate latex output as given below. However, the types is not coming properly aligned. It looks like it subscribes to the previous array environment. Could you please point out the ...
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How to format a chain of equations using vertical arrows?

Basically, what I want to do is something like where each equation is separated by a space containing a single or double vertical arrow slightly to the left. However, if there is a another ...
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Aligning multiple places in equations using align

My question is simple. I've played around with the & symbol to align my equations neatly under each other, but I just can't get it to look nice. This is the closest I've got: ...
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Why are these Multiline equations not rendered?

Here: $$\begin{alignat}{2} x(t) & = X+v\cos \theta t \\ y(t)& =Y+c\sin \theta t-\dfrac{1}{2}gt^2 \\ \end{alignat}$$ MathJax doesn't renderes it and so ShareLatex.com. Is there any ...
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Display Mode without Math Mode

First I want to apologize if the answer to this question is well known. But after some searching, I couldn't uncover any similar questions. In my document, I would like to feature a regular sentence ...
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How to center an equation at the center of one column in a two-column paper

In a two columns paper, how can I center an equation to the center of one column? Originally, what I have is: \begin{equation} y = ax \end{equation} But this fits the equation to stay, as normal ...
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How to keep increasing counters for content that is (optionally) hidden?

I have a framework for creating exercises, where the content of the solution to each subproblem is fed into a \solution-macro, which only displays its content if a global boolean is set to true. What ...
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How to set the equation width to be contained within one colum

I am using a two-column layout in my latex source file, and I have a series of (inequality) equations to show, which I wanted to keep them inside the left column. However, with \begin{align*} ...
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How to not miss lines using equation enviroment

How can I stop the empty lines being put on - first between the itemization letter and the equation, and then between the two different equation \item \begin{equation} \begin{split} ...
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How can I stop the numbering of equations in the align command

With this code I have numbering of equations: \begin{align} U_{2} = - u_{2}(h) + x_{2},\label{eqn:foca1}\\ Y_{2} = x_{2} + T,\label{eqn:focb1}\\ u_{1}(h) + T \geq u_{1}(h^*) ...
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How do I number the equation as a text? [duplicate]

\begin{align} \mathcal{L}_{\lambda} = u_{1}(h) - u_{1}(h^{*}) + T \geq 0 \text{(foc$\lambda$)}, \label{eqn:foca1}\\ \mathcal{L}_{T} = -1 + \lambda = 0 \Leftrightarrow \lambda = 1 \text{(focT)} ...
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Adjusting the size of round parenthesis in an equation

I am not sure what is the common rule in adjusting parenthesis in equations. Let me illustrate my question by the following example \documentclass{article} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} ...
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footnote not compiling [closed]

My problem is that I cannot compile the following equation in the footnote: $\sim10^{4} M_{\astrosun}pc^{-3} \stackrel{\sigma=60%}{<} M_{central} \stackrel{\sigma=95%}{<} \sim10^{5} ...
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Missing delimiter (. inserted). error

I'm trying to type up a fairly annoying closed form, and I don't understand why it isn't letting me typeset it. The equation is this: ...
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equation spanning two columns in ieeetran

I am writing a paper using ieee style in two columns format. Do you know how can I write an equation that spans over the two columns?
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How to make a multi-line equation fit in a single column of a two-column document

I am trying to suit a formula to a two-column style document using cases in the flalign. It nearly fits if an unnecessary space would not prevent. Is their any option to remove it? ...
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equation in enumerate environment to long

I have kind of a long math term in an enumerate environment. The problem is, it is too long, so it doesn't fit on the right side of the paper. Is there any opportunity to move it more to the left? As ...
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Huge Fraction that doesn't fit in page

I have a huge fraction that doesn't fit the page. I searched this forum and found only \begin{split}, or align*, etc but I don't think these are what I want. They split equations at signs, but in my ...
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Footnote after equation

Imagine I have an equation $$ x=1+3$$ \footnote{Hello World!} How can I put the number of the footnote right beside the equation? I've tried doing just $x=1+3$ \footnote{Hello World!}, but then the ...
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starting and ending tags for the converted equations like $ symbol [closed]

i am using rtf2latex2e application in windows 8.1 . it is working great.but i have small problem on working with that . i am not find the starting and ending of the equation from my .net application . ...
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Aligning Multiple Columns in an Equation

I have the following equation: \documentclass[a4paper,oneside]{scrbook} \usepackage{amsmath} \begin{document} \begin{equation*} \begin{aligned} X & = A * A * \Big( A * A * A * A ...
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Proper format for this equation

I have this equation that is slightly too long and want to split it somehow nicely, unfortunately I am incapable of doing this right. Could anybody help me with this? \begin{align} ...
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Proper command for Math equation

Everyone, I am new to LaTeX, and I tried to learn to write Math equations. I use "\usepackage(mathtools}". I got some problem with "exponentiation", "sum", "integral", ... I want it to display like ...
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Retrieving coordinates of every character in a formula

I'm writing a program that uses LaTeX to display formula's. The user must be allowed to click on different parts of the formula, and the program should know on which part the user clicked. Is there ...
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rtf2latex2e convert ÷ symbol to ÷ in windows

I am new to TEx and LaTex formats. i am using rtf2latex23 in window 8.1. from yesterday (11-sep-2014) only i am using this application. while converting the "RTF" file i found that The "÷" symbol is ...
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vertical alignment of multiline equations

I tried in many ways to vertically align these equations but I failed to get it right. \documentclass[11pt,a4paper,oneside]{report} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage{fouriernc} ...
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Size of { in my equations

I write some code to get the above equation. However, I would like to make the first "{" to have the same size as the last "}". Does anyone know how to do it? I am attaching my code in the following ...
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left alignment of formulas

I am going to write some equation in an appendix for my report. I just want to set my equation in this part to the left. I used the following code, but it doesn't work. \begin{flalign*} ...
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Doublespacing a Formula Displays

I am trying to achieve what is written in here: Equations and Double Spacing However, my "larger" displayed equations and aligned environments still seem to have added space above. ...
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Increasing vertical space after equation in paragraph with short previous line?

The problem I'm aware that LaTeX the spacing around equations in a paragraph differs depending on how long the line of the paragraph immediately preceding the equation is. When the preceding line is ...
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Unnumbered equations: Any difference between \begin{equation*} and \[? [duplicate]

Is there a difference between defining an unnumbered equation with Option 1: \begin{equation*} ... \end{equation*} versus Option 2: \[ ... \] If there are differences, they are not apparent ...
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Make some equation numbers bold

I would like to make some equation numbers (that will be defined ad hoc) bold, while others are not. I can only figure out how to make all bold or unbold, not what I am looking for. ...
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Defining new split environment with reduced spacing

this is my first stackexchange question so apologies for any bad etiquette. I'm writing a document in double spacing. I don't wants the gaps between the lines of a multi-line equation to be that ...
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Text in equation in xepersian [closed]

I am using xepersian to write persian report. I need to use \text and \parbox in an equation. some lines are too long and i am using \ for example : \begin{equation} \label{category} h (e) = ...
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Colored mark in margin notes in the middle of the \marginparsep

It's code, thanks for @Harish Kumar, \documentclass{book} \usepackage{mathtools} \usepackage{xcolor} \definecolor{background}{RGB}{255,255,170} \usepackage{empheq} \newcommand*\mybox[1]{% ...
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Alignment margin note with equation in pages

It's my problem, I am not writing margin note in \equation and \align. It's an error. But it's working in text. My aim, margin note with equation must be aligned. ...
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Numbering and aligning an equation with multiple columns

I search a way to align an equation with multiple columns where the following criteria should be met: The equation tag should be in the last line The equal signs should be centered and aligned ...
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equation numbering in align without parentheses [duplicate]

How can I number equation without parentheses in tags? In other word when I type: \begin{align} my formul \end{align} see in pdf: my formul .1
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Adjusting the width of a displaymath environment

I want to adjust the width of an displaymath environment whose contents (a tikzcd diagram rather than an actual equation) are too wide to fit in the margins. The obvious thing to do is to use the ...
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Turning off auto numbering on the right of equations in eqnarray

Here is my part of script. \begin{eqnarray} \Rightarrow (n+1)^2+5(n+1)+1\nonumber &=& n^2+2n+1+5n+5+1\nonumber\\ &=& (n^2+5n+1)+2n+6\nonumber\\ &=& 2k+2n+6 \cdots\text{for ...
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Arrows as subscripts

consider the following document: \documentclass{minimal} \begin{document} Hello world \begin{equation} x_{1} x_{\uparrow} \uparrow \end{equation} \end{document} The problem is that ...
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Aligning across 'aligned' equation blocks

I'd like to format two groups of equations such that all their equal signs line up and such that I can put a big brace to the right of each block to annotate that block. The last part is easily ...
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Different line spacing in textmode and mathmode

At first I was using \linespread{2} but my research told me to use the package setspace. I did this and everything is fine however in align* environments, my equations get double spaced also which ...