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Is there a way to change behaviour of a (math)command depending on the display style? [duplicate]

I want to define a command that changes behaviour depending on weather it is written in inline or disply mode. For example I want to define \backlim, such that it prints \lim_\leftarrow when used in ...
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$$, \[ \] and equation environment alignment

I'm using scrreprt class and I'm having troubles with different behavior of $$ and \[ \]-written equations and equation environment. The problem is that alignment is not the same: $$ equations are ...
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inline equation outside margin

My inline equation falls outside the margin. I was wondering if there is any solution for that? Here is the MWE: \documentclass[12pt,letterpaper]{article} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} ...
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Labelled in-line equation

I searched the internet but I cant find a solution for my problem. I want a numbered and labelled equation inside the text.Something like: The equation a+1=b (2.1) does ... The equation a+1=b ...
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Autofit for inline equations

I am trying to use an inline equation to list bunch o tuples. However, I it does not automatically go to next line. I am doing it manually, but this time it looks ugly. By the way I am writing in a ...
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Tie an inline math environment to be in the same line

How should I put command so that my inline math environment could be together. For example 0<x<1 is break up into two parts, 0< and x<1 in the next line.
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Numbering equations in tabular environment

I wish to number equations in a table, like numbering them in \begin{equation}. ... \end{equation} Since all the equations are written as "inline" equations (for example, $a = b+c$) in ...
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How do I keep a string of text together without it doing a line break?

I'm writing up a long paper, in which in prose I have various equations. However, I do not want a line break to occur within the equation - I want the equation to stick together. I want to do this ...
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Numbering side-by-side equations or inline equations

I am trying to produce a two-column table of math equations, where each cell contains its own left-justified, numbered equation. I tried using \begin{equation} \end{equation} inside the tabular ...