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Problem in revtex4-1 when a footnote ends with an equation

RevTeX4-1 automatically ensures that a period appears at the end of each footnote (or endnote). In most circumstances this causes no difficulty. But when an endnote ends with an equation, RevTeX ...
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Putting row of dots in an equation

Is it possible create a system of equations that will look like this: aX(x_0)+bX(x_0)+cX(x_0)=A dX(x_1)+eX(x_1)+fX(x_1)=B ......................... gX(x_n)+hX(x_n)+iX(x_n)=B I tried with this: ...
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1answer
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Is it correct to use a comma in this equation?

Consider: Then, the sequence $k_i$ given by (3.38) is increasing and converges to \begin{equation}\label{eq:weired_equation} k^\xi = k_1\times k_2 \times c \times d, \end{equation} where $c$ and $d$ ...
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3answers
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An extra dot after section counter while numbering equations

My sections are numbered with a dot after counter. I get it like this \renewcommand{\thesection}{\arabic{section}.} I also need the equations to be numbered within sections and I try to do it like ...
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2answers
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How to punctuate multiline equations?

This might be off topic, yet I wouldn't know where else to ask. I want to keep up with the good habit of punctuating displayed equations. For example I know the comma (,) is compulsory in Here, we ...
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Period after math-mode equation

If I write If $x \rightarrow y$, then $y \rightarrow z$. it looks fine. But if the sentence is more involved and formulas longer, I tend to change $...$ to \[...\]. In many cases I think the result ...
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1answer
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Punctuation in equations

My document will contain a lot of equations, and as usual in that case I would like to use "punctuation" in the equations, like commas, colons, periods/full stops, semicolons, etc. Is there a special ...
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Should one use thousands separators in equations?

I understand that this is not strictly a TeX question but I have recently been asked to correct an equation presented as the first example in the image below to that of the second example i.e., to use ...
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2answers
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Spacing before punctuation in displayed equations

What is the correct spacing before punctuation in a displayed equation? I have the habit of writing Let \begin{equation} y = f(x) \,, \end{equation} where \begin{equation} x = 3 \,. ...