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Reference to the name of subequations

I have a formulation that consists of several subequations that I would like to refer to as a formulation and as individual equation in my article. Right now I have this: \usepackage{hyperref} ...
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How to number subequations separately from the main equation?

I would like to produce in report class the following style for numbering subequations: The main equation has its own number, and can be referenced. Each subequations are labelled with lower case ...
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Hidden reference to equation

How to make a hidden reference to an equation, such that \mathtoolsset{showonlyrefs=true} is overridden (assuming it is active)? Alternatively, how to switch off showonlyrefs temporarily (regardless ...
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Cleveref: Parentheses around references to subequations using \labelcref

Using the Cleveref package (v0.19) i have a problem with missing parentheses when referencing to subequations, using the \labelcref command. Here is a MWE: \documentclass{article} ...
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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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Number equations within array

I want to number sub-items of an array I have in order to refer to the right equation and not to the set of equations (SEE the pictures attached): Figure that should call 1.35a, 1.35b, 135.c, 1.36a, ...
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Sub-numbering equations within array

I'm using the array environment to give multiple definitions of some value, let's call it x. I can easily get a reference to all 3 definitions together, but I want each one to have its own reference. ...
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\eqref to give reference to a sequence of subequations

Suppose I have the following code \begin{subequations} \begin{align} a+b = c \label{eq.1}\\ d+e = f \label{eq.2} \end{align} \end{subequations} I want now that upon giving the reference, it ...