The {subequations} environment provided by the amsmath package alters the numbering of equations within it to occur in a sequence such as (1a), (1b), .... This tag is not about general embedding of equations within other equations.

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Advanced Math and braille

How does one go about typesetting math books in braille with all parenthesized subscripts and superscripts and are there braille signs for the AmsMath package special symbols?
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hyperref + subequations warnings

This is a follow up question to How to hide known warnings? Recently I decide to stop ignoring LaTeX warnings :), and start trying to discover what's behind them and how to avoid them in future ...
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How to include a system of equations in a subequation environment?

I am wondering how to include a system of equations in a subequations environment. I currently have the following document as an example : \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath} ...
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Labeling multiple equations like (1a-c)

I want to label two or three equations in the same line such as x = r, y = w (1a,b) z = t, a = q, b = p (1c-e) Thanks