{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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Numbering of assumptions

Suppose I would like to have a title of assumption being Assumption 1-$\mathcal F$., Assumption 2-$\mathcal F$. and so on to be further called in the text with symbols different from $\mathcal F$. Let ...
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Space generated by theorem labels (XeTeX)

With the thmtools package, combining \begin{foo}[name=bar,label=x] with the line \newtheorem{foo}{Foo} in the preamble typesets to Foo xxx (bar), where xxx is a number. After the (bar) there is an ...
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Enumerating inside a proposition and inside a proof

I have one problem with enumerating. The symbols for items look differently when the enumerating is done ''inside'' propositions from the enumerating done ''inside'' a proof. The code ...
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How to change QED sign for theorem classes

I'm writing an article which contains some quite long proofs, some of which include claims with proofs of their own. I dealt with that by adding a claim environment using \newtheorem, but there's a ...
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How should one format a proof inside a proof, or 'inner proof' [closed]

I've come across this a few times and have yet to find a general consensus on how to format a proof inside of a proof. Should there be a proof environment within the proof environment that is ...
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Theorem Inside Tabular Environment

I'm putting together a Beamer presentation and want a theorem to appear on the left side of the slide and a picture on the right side. I tried to accomplish this with: \begin{frame} ...
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Numbering Theorems/Definitions together, by section and without section symbol

I am fairly new to LaTeX and I am looking for a particular style: I want to number my theorems/propositions/corollaries/definitions together and by section. For example, Definition 1.1, Theorem 1.2, ...
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RTL theorem numbering problem - mdframed and xelatex

I have a problem with wrong numbering order when using mdframed theorem style. As in the MWE, the second theorem number should 2.1.1 (reading from right to left, 1.1 for the section and 2 for the ...
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Incorrect hypothesis counter

The hypotheses counter seems to work incorrectly. All hypotheses are numbered with a 1. What exactly am I doing wrong? I have the following code: \documentclass[12pt]{article} \usepackage{amsthm} ...
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How to enable line breaking in the standard proof environment with amsmath?

I want to redefine the proof so it accepts linebreaks in the name \renewenvironment{proof}[1][\proofname]{\par \pushQED{\qed}% \normalfont \topsep6\p@\@plus6\p@\relax \trivlist ...
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Reference to List Items in Theorem Environment with Label Type “Theorem”

I'm trying to set up references to list items in theorem environments. Using the thmtools and the cref-package I am able to reference theorem environments, such that the theorem type, e.g. theorem, ...
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Global emphsize the theorem name

I would like to global define the theorem environment such that the name of the thereom (like ABC in the following example) is emphasized (either \textit or \textbf), how can I do that? I know I can ...
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How do I get non-italic words in a theorem environment?

I want some words in my theorem environment to not be italic. I know there are simple ways to get the entire theorem in roman, but I'm looking for an italic theorem with specified words in roman. I ...
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Getting the number of a chapter-numbered theorem but without the chapter number

Suppose in Chapter 3 I have Theorem 3.17. I need to get the "17", NOT the "3.17" which would readily be obtained using \label then \ref. How do i do that? Edit: (Probably a more relaxing condition): ...
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How can I number subtheorems hierachically?

I want to create two hierarchy levels of theorems. The goal is to have something like this: Research Question 1: bla bla Research Question 2: bla bla And then in another section of the article, I ...
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controlling theorem numbers using llncs style

Is there a way to control the numbering of different types of theorems, when using the llncs style? With the envcountsame parameter, all theorems/definitions/claims use the same counter and get ...
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Change definition number in beamer

In a beamer presentation, I need to redefine one definition (the definition numbers have to be same). How can I do that? Here is my code. \documentclass{beamer} \setbeamertemplate{theorems}[ams ...
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Making an indented, bold definition/theorem/proof

I would like a result such as this: "Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Curabitur aliquam tincidunt mi id elementum. Fusce nec mauris sodales, cursus massa id, feugiat mi: (My ...
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How to copy a lemma to appendix without changing its number?

I have a document with a lemma (using amsthm), like so: \begin{lem} \label{mylemma} % ... \end{lem} The proof of this lemma can be found in the appendix (see section \ref{sec:proof_of_mylemma}). ...
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Blocks at the End of a Solution Structure [duplicate]

so a couple of months ago I created my own package. Everything in it works great, and so far it does everything I need it to do, the way I need it to. But I want to change one thing. When I made the ...
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Using parskip with ntheorem in a book

I am writing a mathematical book and would like to use ntheorem for theorems. Also, I would like to use parskip, because I like these styles of paragraphs more. My problem is that as soon as I include ...
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Wrapping image with multiple theorem-like environments and displayed math

I'm struggling to put an image into a page with multiple theorem-like environments, some of which include displayed math, but I can't get the text to wrap correctly around the image and caption: ...
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Error using hyperref, cleveref and \newtheorem: no counter defined [duplicate]

Here's my problem: I'm writing some mathematics lecture notes. I needed some different theorem types, such as propositions, lemmas, plus observations, examples and definitions whose numbering depends ...
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How to Number Theorems within a Chapter? [duplicate]

There are lots of theorems and lemmas in my thesis which are being numbered continuously from start to end. I want the numbering to be like Theorem <>.<>. Same for lemmas and ...
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continuous numbering of theorems for the whole article

In the code \newtheorem{thm}{Theorem}[section] what should stand in place of section to get continuous numbering (simply Theorem 1, Theorem 2, etc.) for the whole text?
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Problems with theoremref

I'm having some problems with the theoremref package. Basically, instead of giving me as output something like "Lemma 1.1.1", where "Lemma" is the name of the theorem, it gives me something like "lem ...
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How to change theorem numbering style in one chapter only?

I want to change numbering theormn and lemma in one chapter in thesis without change other chapters. Namely numbering (theormn and lemma) in one chapter is different from another chapter. How to ...
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Numbering theorems in the left margin

My question is similar to this and this. I would like to have the theorem number in the left margin (0.6em spacing to the main text) and the Name 'Theorem' should be justified to the main text. The ...
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Understanding differences between newtheorem and newenvironment

The difficulty that I am having is that I make a newtheorem: \newtheorem{definition}[theorem]{Definition} It however seems to act nearly the same as with newenvironment: ...
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Changing the color of theorem headings

I have a theorem environment, and I would like: The text color of Problems and their contents to be a custom color (defined as `db' below) The text color of Solutions to be a custom color (defined ...
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Starting a theorem or a proof with an equation and vertical spacing

Is it bad practice to begin the statement of a theorem or of a proof with an equation? If it is acceptable, what is your opinion on the resulting spacing in the three cases, in the code below? In the ...
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numbering of theorems in chapters [closed]

I want to write some papers in Math but I have some problems. when I wrote the first chapter it appears Theorem 1, Lemma 1, when I wrote the second chapter it appeared Theorem 3, Lemma 2. How can ...
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Vertical spacing around theorem environment

Consider this answer from karlkoeller: \documentclass[danish]{article} \usepackage{babel} \usepackage{color} \usepackage{amsthm,thmtools} % Colors. \definecolor{section_color}{rgb}{0.35,0.0,0} ...
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Using thmtools: numbering with asterisk

I would like to repeat a theorem number with an added asterisk. That is, the original theorem is: Theorem 1. Lorem ipsum... And I would like the analogue theorem to be: Theorem 1*. Lorem ipsum...
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Define proof environment in thmtools

I'm using thmtools for fancy-looking math environments. But I don't know how to redefine proof environment. I cannot find such topics in its documentation. This is my LaTeX code snippet. ...
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Theorem starting with a list

I want a robust way to handle theorems which starts by a list environment, with the first item being on a new line. I don't want to distinguish between theorems with lists and those without by using ...
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Remove numbering of unreferenced theorems

Can theorems, lemmas, etc., be automatically displayed without numbers if not referenced (like \mathtoolsset{showonlyrefs} for equation tags)?
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Natural deduction like proof

I'm not sure what the right word is for this kind of proof (in the picture): It is some kind of combination of natural deduction and normal math proofs. I'm wondering how I could do this in LaTeX. ...
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Reference-able custom section numbering

I am writing some lecture notes from a class that I have on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. What I would like to do is organize them by sections defined by the week and the day, e.g. 1M, 1W, 1F, 2M, ...
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thmbox with normal font and section numbering

How can i use "normal font" for definitions and "italic" for remarks (and similar environments like them) in thmbox environment declaring some commands. Also i need numbering as "section" or ...
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List of theorems with thmtools not working - Missing \endcsname inserted

I am trying to generate a list of all equations in a document. I have searched and it seemed a good solution would be to use the thmtools, which can generate a list of all theorems(if im correct). ...
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Description definitions and ntheorem

I want to have inline listings in description items, so I used this very nice answer. Unfortunately this hackery destroys my theorem environments with error something's wrong--perhaps a missing \item ...
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Strange error related to theorem name (XeTeX)

Trying to have a theorem with [name=Dominio e codominio dell'operatore $D^{\vct{q}}$,label=thm:oss:DomCodomDq] gives the following error: The error is given by the following MWE: ...
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Lists of Theorems (XeLaTeX)

I've found out how to use the thmtools package to make lists of theorems. My questions on this are: Adding [name=xxx,label=thm:...] after \begin{yyy} (xxx is a title for the theorem, ... a label ...
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Multiple lists of theorems with different titles (any TeX, in my case XeLaTeX)

I've found out how to use the thmtools package to make lists of theorems. My questions on this are: How do I change the title, given that \renewcommand{\listoftheoremname}{...} gives a LaTeX ...
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How to define a command that could generate similar environments just as \newtheorem does?

It's well known that the LaTeX built-in command \newtheorem could generate a series of the theorem environments that are similar: they share the same theme of layout style but differ in their name and ...
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Bold claim environment through local layout in LyX

I would like to create a new bold "Afirmação" ("Claim" in portuguese) environment through "Local Layout" in LyX (I don't want to create a new layout file). So I went to Document -> Settings -> Local ...
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How can I automatically typeset a list of (theorem-like) definitions?

I've defined two custom types of theorem-like environments: definition and example. I now want to automatically typeset a list of such environments present in my document. The output I'd like to get ...
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How to define numbered theorem, definition at ConTeXt ?(ConTeXt)

I have problem about define numbered like theorem, definition, corrollary etc at ConTeXt ? You can see like this my screenshot and my code (sorry, i copy and paste from other document) : and my ...
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Using amsthm but still getting “Environment theorem undefined”

I'm trying to write up all my university theorems and I cant get the theorem environment to work. Here is a mini example of what I'm trying to do. \documentclass[a4paper,12pt]{article} ...