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comment How to put a list and an equation side by side
Great answer too, if I were able to accept two great answers I would have accepted both, accepted the first on the basis that it was the quickest to be posted, thanks again!
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comment How to put a list and an equation side by side
Thanks Werner and cmhughes, perfect answer!
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comment How to put a list and an equation side by side
@cmhughes this works perfectly however I'd like to know if there is a way to centre the equation part (so it isn't aligned with the known values but rather at the same height as 2. and 3.) as in Benedikt Bauer's answer, your syntax is shorter so I'd rather use it if possible. Great answers from both though!
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comment Missing \item problem with enumerate
@PeterGrill thanks for the advice, its indeed more explicit!
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comment Missing \item problem with enumerate
No worries, also you have to wait 48 hours after posting to accept your own answer, that's why I haven't accepted yet.
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comment Missing \item problem with enumerate
You've misunderstood what I wrote, I added enumerate and it worked, I had badly copy pasted the whole thing so it was missing and giving me the error.