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How to align long subequations while breaking each one?

I want to align all the terms of two similar subequations, but the problem is that each one is long enough to need breaking. The problem is that after breaking \align tries to align every line with ...
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How can I reference a formula with an on going numbering?

I work with LaTeX for long time and I used eqnarry. But that's obsolete so I gave equation and aligned a try. The problem is, that if I reference to my equation it shows the chapter numbering (?), but ...
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Can't align list of equations uniformly after “subequations” break, why? [closed]

I'm trying to write a list of equations from a chapter of my textbook, each one preceded by a \label{} command so that I can refer to it in the rest of the text. However after the 1st \begin{align} ...
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Subequation aligning using matrix

When I use multiple matrix equations in subequation, I am doing it as in the code snippet. However, when I want to align the equations with respect to equal sign, = (commented in the code), I am ...
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1answer
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Subequations inside align result in too wide equation

I want to create subequations and allign them such that nice 'inquality constraints' arise. My current code: \begin{subequations} \begin{align} a & \le b & \le c \label{eq:constr1}\\ d & ...
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Nesting subequations within align

subequations seems to only work outside environments such as align and equation. What if I want to preserve the alignment of the equal signs using align while also would like subequations numbering ...