{theorems} are environments which are commonly numbered. They are extensively used in math texts. Examples of such environments are theorems, corollaries, lemmas, propositions, remarks and definitions. Popular packages are {amsthm}, {ntheorem}, and {thmtools}. Covers discussion on proofs too.

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Italic in theorem environment

Consider the following theorem: \begin{theorem} If $x=0$, then $xy$ is equal to 0. \end{theorem} The first "0" will be typeset in upright typeface and the second one in italic. Including amsthm ...
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Is it possible to skip the first line in a theorem environment?

I'm currently writing up some solutions, and I like to rewrite the problem before answering it. I've set exercise to be a theorem environment, and the code I'm using is \begin{exercise} ...
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Changing style of Proof

I'm using the \begin{proof} of the amsthm package. And I want to change the style of the Proof word that is added in the beginning. By default it is italic, I want to make it bold. How can I do it?
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Problems with theomac package to restate theorems

I have the following problems with the "theomac" package by Ulrich Diez (whom I don't know how to contact). This package is useful to restate theorems, and was mentioned e.g. here. Problems: Get ...
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list of requirements, problem with listing text of requirements

I would like to have "requirements" in my document numbered. Then I wanted to have list of requirements, but not only number of requirement and corresponding page/section but also theirs text. I ...
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Footnote marker placement in heading of theorem/definition/etc.

I have a definition, and a footnote which refers to the whole definition.  So I’d ideally like an output looking something like: Definition 1.53.   A footnote is a small aside, usually ...
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Theorem packages: which to use, which conflict?

As far as I know, one can create theorem environments using any of amsthm, ntheorem, thmtools and probably more. How should I define my theorem environments? Is one package clearly superior? Which ...
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Theorem environment with hanging indentation

I would like to define a theorem environment with custom layout. In particular, I want the body of the theorem to be indented, like this Text body. Text body. Text body. Theorem 1 (Pythagoras). ...
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How to number floats in sequence with theorems?

I like having all my theorems, examples, defintions etc. numbered in a single sequence. Is it possible to have LaTeX number my floating figures in sequence with them as well? I.e.: Theorem 1.1 A ...
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Footnote doesn't appear when put into a “definition” environment

When I try to put a footnote into a definition environment (or theorem, etc.) it fails, whereas it works well in plain text... How can I fix it? (N.B. I use thmbox, I don't know if this have an ...
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End of theorem marker placement

I have a question about marker placement after theorems. I am using a style file provided by Oxford University Press, which I am not used to. It is available here: ...
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How to prevent paragraph breaks after theorem environments?

By default, the list environments (such as itemize) have the nice property that if you add a blank line after it, it starts a new paragraph, and if you don't, the paragraph continues. So The ...
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Tweaking \theoremstyle

Well I want to do is when LaTeX writes Theorem at the new line instead of the left side of the page it be a little indented. In other words I want it to start from a little bit to the right.
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How do I produce Theorems and equations which are numbered by hand?

I'd like to be able to write a LaTex document with numbered theorems and equations, but I would like not to have them numbered automatically, but rather put in by hand. Ideally, I'd like to be able ...
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Custom list of hypotheses in table of contents format

The Context: I am writing a multi-chapter scientific report with many numbered hypotheses. I have created a custom hypothesis environment in the preamble: \newtheorem{hypothesis}{Hypothesis}[chapter] ...
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A better way to reference theorem-like environments?

I know how to use \label and \ref to get a reference to a result(or whatever else really) that I have made previously in the document. But this is tedious and requires me to create a label name every ...
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Problem with qedhere

In a paper I'm writing, I end a proof with a displayed equation that has some cases in it. The relevant code looks something like the following: \[f(x) = \begin{cases} 2x & \text{if $x<0$}\ ...
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How to Make Theorems and Equations Share Numbering

How do I make theorems and equations share numbering? The default numbering system goes like this: Theorem 1. Blah blah blah... 1=0+1 (1) Theorem 2. More blahs... Theorem 3. No more ...
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How to change the way theorems are displayed?

I am in the process of writing a large document containing some theorems, lemma, and propositions. Currently, I am using packages amsmath and amsthm. I defined my own environment for theorems by ...
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Theorem Ambient [closed]

it is possible to switch the list of theorems between letters and numbers?
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how to enumerate theorems using letters?

how to enumerate theorems using letters?
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Using LaTeX, how can I restate a theorem, with the same theorem number, later in a paper? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do I repeat a theorem number? I am writing a paper, and would like to state the main results in the Introduction. Then, when I come to prove the main results in ...
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How do I repeat a theorem number?

Often in my papers I want to mention theorems in the introduction that are introduced in more detail and proved in a later section. I'd like to include the statement of these theorems twice over, ...