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Using enumerate environment within a theorem environment [duplicate]

I am writing a math article, and when I am in a theorem environment and I try to use the enumerate environment, everything is italicized where, out of the theorem environment, it wouldn't be. Is ...
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Need help with a cases structure inside an enumerated list

I need to type an enumerated list (for a math document) that contains several lines for which I need to have said lines have a curly brace at the end with a text description for them. The best I can ...
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Referencing enumerated observations in proof

I am writing a rather complicated proof (graph theory/algorithmics), which contains a number of listed observations that are going to be referenced later in the course of the proof. The observations ...
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Break theorem style in amsart [duplicate]

I want to make a theorem's header stands in a separated line like (as style break in ntheorem) Examples 1 (1) GL(n) (2) SL(n) I copied the solution from Theorem formatting, but it doesn't work ...
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How to refer to the number of an item in an enumerate environment inside a theorem

I have something that looks like this: \usepackage{amsmath} \begin{document} \begin{thm} The following are true: \begin{enumerate} \item \label{foo} Foo \item \label{bar} Bar \item \label{baz} Baz ...
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enumitem: enumerate in a theorem environment

I use the enumitem package: \usepackage[shortlabels]{enumitem} And I put some numeration like this in a theorem environment with \theoremstyle{plain}: \begin{prop} We have ...
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A numbered list with arbitrary order of items

Inside a theorem environment I have a numbered list of theorem statements. Afterward it goes a proof. In the proof I prove every of the above specified numbered statements. But the order in the ...
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Enumerate alignment problem in theorem environment

I'm using amsart. When I create an enumeration inside a theorem environment, the numbering is not aligned properly: Theorem 14. (1) (2) (3) (4) How do I shift the (2),(3),... to be aligned with ...
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Enumeration in theorem environment

I am puzzled with a formating question. I was asked to change that the enumeration gives me italic numbers in the theorem environment to non-italic ones. How can customize enumeration, such that it ...
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How to alternate labels' styles in enumerated lists?

How can I alternate the display of an enumerated list's counter according to which command I've used? E.g., I want \foo{poor Yorick!} to look like (9) poor Yorick! but I want \bar{Joelle} to have a ...
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Is it possible to use the enumerate/itemize environment within the proof/remark environment in a nice way?

I wish to use the enumerate/itemize environment within the proof/remark environment, but when I do this the first number/bullet-point is on the same line as the word 'Remark'/'Proof' indented to the ...
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Enumerate environments within theorems

How to create an environment for enumerating that allows one to identify the enumeration with the theorem environment? Example: Definition 1.1 Let X be a set. An algebra over X is a collection C ...
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Best Practices for Using Enumerations Within Theorem Environments

Suppose one has a theorem/proof such as: \begin{theorem} The following are equivalent: \begin{enumerate} \item Statement 1 \item Statement 2 \item Statement 3 \end{enumerate} ...
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Page-breaking over titles of theorems that have lists

When I have multiple part theorems, I use an enumerate environment inside my theorem environment. However, I don't like the list to start at the same level as the theorem title, since this produces ...
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Overriding italicized list counters in plain theoremstyles

Using a list environment inside of any theorem defined with \theoremstyle{plain} results in italicized counters. That is, the following example \usepackage{amsthm} \usepackage{enumerate} ...