Vahid Shirbisheh

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A mathematician!


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comment Indexing the page number of each bibliography item
@karlkoeller: Thank you very much for the link! It works perfectly. :))
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asked Indexing the page number of each bibliography item
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comment How can I label only one line of an equation array?
All these cases are applicable from time to time. Thanks for your answer.
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accepted How can I label only one line of an equation array?
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comment How can I label only one line of an equation array?
Thanks for your answer.
Sep
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comment How can I label only one line of an equation array?
Thanks for your answer. How can I label each line individually?
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asked How can I label only one line of an equation array?
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accepted How can I create a “Proof of Theorem x.xx” header for a proof environment?
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comment How can I create a “Proof of Theorem x.xx” header for a proof environment?
Thank you It's exactly the answer I was looking for. I assume that I can write any thing instead of "proof of Theorem", for example "the second part of the proof of Theorem", and so on.
Sep
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comment How can I create a “Proof of Theorem x.xx” header for a proof environment?
I wrote how I create my proofs. I create theorems with similar commands. Except I add a label after begin; \begin{theorem} \label{thm:somelabel} ... the statement of the theorem ... \end{theorem}
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asked How can I create a “Proof of Theorem x.xx” header for a proof environment?
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comment Painless Memoir Class Book Template
Thank you for your answer. I enjoyed how easy it works and it is quite suitable for my purpose explained in here.
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accepted Best LaTeX Templates for books and lecture notes
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comment How can I define (user defined) functions in math mode?
I just tried \newcommand{\Hom}[3]{\operatorname{Hom}_{\mathbb{#1}}(#2,#3)} and it works perfectly. I am sure it will help me to save time in writing repeated formulas with different variables.