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citation square brakets upright in theorems

How to set up the citation square brakets and numbers in upright in theorems while keeping other stuffs slanted? (This style is suggest by my professor.) The usual appearance is the following ...
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Theoremstyle with line break but non italic text

I use the theorems (from the amsthm-package) to specify definitions, examples and so on.. I want them to do two things: 1) line break after the label 2) non italic text within the theorem! I ...
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Italicizing of amsthm package

I'm using the amsthm package, and I noticed that a remark is automatically italicized, while a theorem and a proposition are not. What other keywords have their content automatically italicized by ...
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Beamer: how to make theorem-like block (with free title)

I often use CambridgeUS, the only negative part about is that when I put theorems in blocks, it's not see clear where that theorem ends. So I would like the body of the theorem to be in italic. ...
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Automatic upright math when text is in italic

This is in a way a follow-up to this question about upright math. I would like to have upright math (essentially variable names) when I use a theorem-like environment with statement in italic. This ...
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Citations never italicized

I have some citations which appear inside a theorem like \begin{thm}[The Strong Perfect Graph Theorem]\cite[Theorem 8.3]{Cha-Les-Zha11} A graph $G$ is perfect if and only if neither $G$ nor ...
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How to change the font shape in the body of theorem environments?

\documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath,amssymb} \newtheorem{defn}{Definition} \newtheorem{pro}{Problem} \newtheorem{thm}{Theorem} \begin{document} \begin{defn} This is the first definition ...
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Non italic text in theorems, definitions, examples

What package should I use, or what setting can I make to the font in theorems so that the text wouldn't be italic. I use amsmath, and from default, everything I write in theorem environments becomes ...
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Italic in theorem environment

Consider the following theorem: \begin{theorem} If $x=0$, then $xy$ is equal to 0. \end{theorem} The first "0" will be typeset in upright typeface and the second one in italic. Including amsthm ...