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Alternative for `\linebreak` in inline math mode

Looking at this question and the chat that followed it, I was wondering what would be considered best practise to include line breaks in inline math mode (breqn does not quite work; there's some ...
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breaking many long numbered equations

I am having trouble with listing a couple of hundreds of long equations. Most of them need to be broken. The equations should be numbered. I tried many things such as eqnarray in combination with ...
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Discretionary equation breaking at a particular symbol

I have long equations that I want LaTeX to break automatically. After some extensive searching I have been unable to work out how to achieve this effect. I have breqn in my package list, however it ...
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How to break long expressions automatically in displaymode? [duplicate]

Whenever an expression is too long, it will be broken automatically in inline mode but done nothing in displaymode E.g. MWE: \documentclass[11pt]{article} \begin{document} ...
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Long equations breaking without using breqn

How to achieve nice (non-automatic) long equations breaking, like dmath environment from breqn package does automatically, but using a more common environment, e.g., multline, multlined (from ...
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Automatic linebreaking inside displaymath

Yes, I know of the existence of breqn, and I am very excited about this package. I am trying to write a mathematics paper, that will be typeset in two different styles (different page sizes, and ...
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Breaking an array of equations

I wanted to break long equations in an array environment. To do this, I used dmath environment from breqn package but it did not work. How can I write long equations in an array environment with line ...
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How to split optimisation problem over two lines?

I have this expression involving minimisation. How do I split it over two lines? The problem is \min seems to be separated from the objective function. breqn does not seem to work, as this is not an ...
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Automatic line break in alignat

Consider the following example from http://tex.stackexchange.com/a/12782/4011 \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \newcounter{eqn} \renewcommand*{\theeqn}{\alph{eqn})} ...
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breqn: specifying the characters at which equations can be broken

Is there a way to force breqn to break at a certain character in favor of another. For instance, in the following example, one might prefer that the line be broken at a + sign rather than at a \cdot. ...
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Breaking equations with breqn

I am new to using the breqn package. It looks good, but I get an odd behaviour when an equation can almost fit in the page but not quite: the alignment gets completely wrong. Is there a way to fix ...
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Does amsmath provide any medium to auto-break equations?

I'm writing large equations in texlive with amsmath, and I want them to be automatically broken at the end of the line. Is there any way to do that with amsmath? What would you recommend me to do ...
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How can I split an equation over two lines

I am having the following equation: \begin{equation} Q(\lambda,\hat{\lambda}) = -\frac{1}{2} P(O \mid \lambda ) \sum_s \sum_m \sum_t \gamma_m^{(s)} (t) \left( n \log(2 \pi ) + \log \left| C_m^{(s)} ...