{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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How to write the following matrix requiring both case and block array environment?

I am trying to write the attached equation using block array environment. I am suppose to use both the case and block array environment for achieving the desire output. However, I have completed ...
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Package showlabels and option final with equations [closed]

I've the following problem with the showlabels-package: Using it with the amsmath-package, it ignores the option final for equations. The labels are still shown in the document. Here is an example: \...
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Can't make maths equation - possibly Calligraphy? [duplicate]

I have included a picture of a maths equation that I need to convert to LaTeX. However I just can't figure out how to convert the first two symbols or figure out what they are/stand for. The picture ...
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Equation and italics

How do I write the equation {x|A'x=b'} in LaTeX and make it italic? I have tried following code: \textit{{$$x|$$A'x=b$'}} but it did not work. The dollar signs are in wrong places.
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Really big MATLAB equation to be put into LaTeX [closed]

I have a very big equation in MATLAB f1=((y_o2_ca_in*M_o2/(y_o2_ca_in*M_o2+(1-y_o2_ca_in)*M_n2))*(((k_sm_out*(x5-((x1*R_o2+x3*R_n2+x8*R_v)*t_st/v_ca)))+((M_v/M_a)*phi_des*(((10^(-1.69*10^-10*t_cl^4+3....
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Fixing equation spacing between content changes

I have a large equation in beamer with a double sum, and I want to change the summation range (among other elements in the equation) using \only. But of course when the contents of the \substack ...
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When is `\[` preferred over equation* environment? [duplicate]

When is it preferable to use \[ instead of equation*? I find I often use the equation* environment in the following way: \begin{equation*} some expression \end{equation*} Should I instead be using ...
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Centering tildes on new lines in equation arrays

I have been using LaTex since a few weeks, and I have a lot of equations in my text. Up until now everything was perfectly doable, but now I am looking for a way to decrease the spacing between the ...
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Long equation labelled by a symbol

To label a single symbol to long equation, we use \begin{split}...\end{split}: \begin{align}\label{eq1} \begin{split} H=\langle x_1,x_2,\cdots, x_n \colon & [x_i,x_j,x_k]=1,\\ ...
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Begin{equation} works better with \ than $$ [duplicate]

I am relatively new to LateX, and am a bit confused with the \begin{equation} command. I use $$...$$ to enter the math mode in a new environment. However, I find that when I combine $$..$$ with \begin{...
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Explaining equation steps (multiple line \text)

I'm trying to explain my steps in an equation. The problem is that the text is longer than the line in the \flalign* environment, is there any way to make the text span over multiple lines while ...
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Align Equations with the equals sign

I am trying to align two equations, however they are not aligning at the equals sign but at the comma at the end of the equation. How can I change this? \begin{align} A_{ij}^y= \begin{cases} ...
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\textstyle as default method of displaying mathematics

This has probably been ask before (although I could not locate any information). What is (are) method(s) of setting \textstyle as default way of presenting displayed mathematical formulas?
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How do I fix the vertical alignment of the bracketed part of this equation?

The following MWE: \documentclass[]{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{amsfonts} \usepackage{amssymb} \begin{document} \begin{equation} \dfrac{dN}{da}=\dfrac{1}{C}\left[\dfrac{\cos\left(\...
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Write case condition on two lines [duplicate]

I have this equation: which must be inserted in a Office document. But it is too large, so I want to add a line return in the middle of the 2nd and 3rd condition such that the new line starts ...
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Undefined control sequence error using a command

Dear All, I am using below code in my Latex file but getting the error of undefined control sequence The code is \begin{equation} \lVert \mathbf{p} \rVert = \dis(\mathbf{p},\mathbf{...
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Obtaining left aligned equation [duplicate]

How can I align this equation to the left? \begin{equation} \beta_1=(n_{20}+n_{02}) \\ \beta_2={(n_{20}-n_{02})^2}+4{n_{11}}^2 \\ \beta_3={(n_{30}-3n_{12})^2}+{(3n_{21}-n_{03})^2} \\ \beta_4={(n_{30}+...
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How to write the equation number manually? [duplicate]

Does anyone know how to number an equation manually? I know using \begin{equation} automatically numbers the equation but I want to number it manually. Like this: ax=b 2.1 ax=b ...
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adjust length of \leadsto arrow to the text above [duplicate]

I am having really hard time to figure out how to adjust the length of \leadsto arrow in order to match the text above it. The command I am using is \newcommand{\transitb}[1]{\stackrel{#1}{\...
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Enumerated list with custom label, containing aligned math equations

How do I write 4°? When I use align* or any other environment the equations become centered and I want all of them to be in a fine line just like on the picture. Here is what I tried: $(i)$ $\Delta^...
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how to use mathbf or bold type in eqnarray environment?

my math equations dosent look very clear, i think they lack a little of bold. how can i use \mathbf in eqnarray environment ? more general what do you suggest to make equations very clear and ...
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Using \nearrow and \searrow to separate an equation in two alternatives

I'm tryin' to write the solution of an equation with two possible solutions, as x(ax-a+1)=0. I'm using \nearrow and \searrow with an array but I don't get it fits right. This is the code: $\...
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Aligning two columns in one equation!

Consider the following \documentclass[12pt]{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{amssymb} \begin{document} \begin{align} X_{n}=\begin{cases} X_{n}^{I}= t_{1}\nu_{1}^{n}+r_{1}\...
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LaTeX minimal + refcheck + equation

The following LaTeX components do not work together in combination: the document class minimal the package refcheck the equation environment Though the article class seems to work OK. Error ...
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Issues titling an equation block

Does anyone know how I can put a small title right before a line that I have created without putting a large amount of space between the small title and the line? Space is of utmost importance on this ...
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Wrapping an equation around a list

Is it possible to apply a single centered equation # to a list? I'm using aligned wrapped with equation in the first list but 1) it requires a fair amount of manual spacing to make it look right and 2)...
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Latex equation writing problem: equals appears as minus [closed]

\begin{equation} X=456 \end{equation} after compiling it is showed x-456 where the = symbol gone
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How can I comment out specific parts of both text and equations by a general command/switch?

I want to define a command or switch at the top of my document that will seamlessly include/exclude all the explanatory notes and lines of working that don't need to be in a final paper (but are handy ...
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Adding right brace and equation number

I have an eqnarray that consists of 4 lines. I would like to have a right brace } that spans the last two lines with equation number, first equation with equation number and second equation with ...
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Why is \smallskip so big after display math?

In the below MWE, why is \smallskip adding so much extra space after display math? (And how do I fix it?) \documentclass[12pt]{article} \usepackage[english]{babel} \usepackage{amsmath} \begin{...
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Space lost after \newcommand [duplicate]

I use the initialism "CE" a lot in my thesis, both in an out of equations. I find that the letters are too far spaced for my liking when used in an equation, so I use the \! command to reduce the ...
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How to make hyperlinks point to the top of an equation?

I've got a system of equation splitted on multiple lines with the environment split and a reference to them, which I would like to point to the top of the system of equations. Here's my MWE: \...
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Vertical Alignment of Equations in a Table

I am writing up a university project, and I want to create a table with the left column containing Feynman diagrams (which I have drawn using the feynmp package) and the right column containing ...
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Right-justifying a comment for an equation that uses leqno

I'm unable to get the formatting correct when attempting to add a comment to an equation that uses leqno. Ideally, I'd like the equation to remain centered regardless of whether or not it is numbered. ...
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How to reduce the space enclosed in parentheses?

The following lines gives me more space below E^2 inside the parentheses. How to reduce this extra space. Also, the square (2) is above enclosing parentheses. \begin{equation*} \left[\frac{{\left(\...
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Equations in different part of the text not aligned

I have a problem, in my document I have two sets of similar equations but they do not align. This is the text: If $\tilde{\mathbf{p}}$ is first combined with the system of Eq.\ref{inplane:eq7} and ...
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LaTeXIt Image Width

I'm not much of a LaTeX jockey, but I use it to typeset equations via LaTeXIt. I'm noticing that LaTeXIt will cut off the typeset image if it exceeds a certain width - I've looked for a document ...
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How would I get custom-colored equation numbers as simply as possible?

In a continuation of efforts to create a complete SAE technical paper class file, I need a little help finding the easiest way to create colored equation numbers. In my class file, I already define ...
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equations automatically aligning to the left, how do I centre them?

I was under the impression that equations align to the centre. I'm using a pack \documentclass [twocolumn, final] {svjour3} which I am guessing is changing that. So for example this: \begin{equation}...
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Multiline equation inside a split environment

I have a series of equations aligned at = inside a split environment. (They're all actually the same equation, so the left-hand-side is missing in all but the first equation.) Unfortunately the last ...
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superscript bug

I don't know if you guys can help me here but I do subscript when a value is superscripted then it isn't showed in the right way? 2 shouldn't be shown under x but more like x_2 my code looks like ...
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Problem with align alignment

I have written the following code: \mathbb{R}^n\times\cdots\times\mathbb{R}^n&\rightarrow \mathbb{R}^m\times\cdots\times\mathbb{R}^m \rightarrow \mathbb{R}\\ (v_1,\cdots,v_k)&\mapsto (f_*(...
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Complex conjugate for inner product

I am having trouble writing an inner product with a horizontal bar over it representing the complex conjugate. $\langle b_i, b_j \rangle=\bar{\langle b_j, b_i \rangle}$ doesn't do the trick Here is ...
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sum in the same line as a fraction

I'm sorry if this has been asked. I'm new to this and to Latex. I have this piece of code: \[ e^{-\xi_1 Y_1^N} = \exp\left(-\frac{\xi_1}{N}\ \sum_{n\geq1}{}V_n^1 e^{-s_n}\1_{\{ s_n \leq T_1\}}\...
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Two labels on the same equation line

I would like to have a compact set of two equations on the same line, each one labeled, with both labels on the far right. The code would be something like: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{...
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Advanced Math and braille

How does one go about typesetting math books in braille with all parenthesized subscripts and superscripts and are there braille signs for the AmsMath package special symbols?
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latex libreoffice preamble TexMaths extension

I am currently using the texmaths extension to insert latex formulas into a powerpoint presentation. (libreoffice impress). I have to use \usepackage{braket} for the equations to work. the problem ...
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split an equation

I have the following equation \documentclass{article} \begin{document} \begin{equation} \left\{\begin{array}{l} W_1=N_c^ * w_1^c + N_s^ * \left( {w_1^s + 2w_2^s + w_3^s} \right) \\ W_2= N_s^ * \left(...
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Problems with \sum lower limit when in an exponent (displayed maths)

I just can't get the lower limit to be under the $\Sigma $ in an equation that has this: \begin{align*} e^{ - \sum_{x_n \leq t}{g(x_n)} \end{align*} I've tried \[ \] ,the align* environment; and ...
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How to prevent the label of a long equation running into the right margin?

I have an equation of the form \begin{equation}\label{eq:master} f(x) = E \end{equation} where E is a long expression. The problem is that the label runs into the right margin. What is the proper ...