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Use the [H] option of the package float to position your figures at their exact location. Combine it with a negative value for \vspace* to "align" the figure with your multiple choice answers. Refering to your pictures is done with \ref and by placing \label inside the figure environment (after the caption). Also, your tikzfigures can be drawn with way ...

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Here is one way, but there are many options. Note the use of % characters to prevent spurious spaces from causing overfull \hbox warnings. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{graphicx} \begin{document} \noindent% just to prevent indentation narrowing the line width for this line \includegraphics[width=0.15\textwidth]{example-image-a}% ...

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The first column is already declared in math mode with >{$} and <{$}, so what you have in the last row is, after all substitutions \sigma$\textsubscript{f}$ which causes \sigma to be outside of math mode. So just omit \$. You shouldn't use \textsubscript. Here's a better version that avoids specifying \hspace{0.5cm} every time. ...

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There are several issues here: you have put the symlink into /usr/bin, which is not a good idea, as this is a directory that is managed by dpkg/apt. You should have installed them into /usr/local/bin (etc) as suggested by the installer after that, you installed texstudio and by this the dependencies on texlive packages in Ubuntu. Since the Debian/Ubuntu ...

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TeX Studio had an improper shutdown, due to a forced computer restart I had done earlier. This caused it to revert many of its settings, especially --shell-escape command line option for pdflatex. In particular, the settings reverted to the last time I had saved them, which is what should happen. Hence, these examples were not working. However, after setting ...

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Installing TeXStudio is not the same as installing the LaTeX distribution. They are independent and you need both of them to use LaTeX in TeXStudio.

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