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 Mar 9 awarded Notable Question Mar 30 awarded Popular Question Jul 23 awarded Famous Question Jan 24 accepted Number math problems Jan 24 comment Number math problems @EthanBolker so the homework assignment is do problems: 4.3, 4.4, 5.2, 6.1. WHAT the numbers mean is unimportant, but if you must know the first number is the section number and the number after the decimal is the problem number in the section. Jan 24 asked Number math problems Sep 17 awarded Notable Question Jun 4 awarded Popular Question Mar 30 asked Image Alignment Mar 28 awarded Commentator Mar 28 accepted Aligning parts of equations Mar 28 comment Aligning parts of equations Okay this worked, thanks a lot ! Mar 28 comment Aligning parts of equations @cryptic0 do I have to wrap $$...$$ around every single line? Because I just posted 3 lines of equations, it's actually much more than that Mar 28 asked Aligning parts of equations Mar 28 accepted Align a wall of equations Mar 28 comment Align a wall of equations Okay nvm, I fixed it now! I just had an empty space after \begin{align} and the first equation, texstudio didn't like that. Mar 28 comment Align a wall of equations okay now I have: \begin{align} Using this formula $C_{in} = \frac{C_{out}g_i}{\hat{f}}$: C_{in-nand3} & = \frac{5.493 * 1.21739}{3.3098} = 2.02 \rightarrow \frac{2.02}{2.75} = .735 \ C_{in-nand2} & = \frac{(2.02 + 12.97) * 1.21739}{3.3098} = 5.514 \rightarrow \frac{5.514}{2.75} = 2.005 \ C_{in-nand1} & = \frac{5.514 * 1.21739}{3.3098} = 2.0279 \rightarrow \frac{2.0279}{2.75} = .7374 \end{align} but that gives me these errors i.stack.imgur.com/WWPSE.jpg Mar 28 accepted Text inside Math Mar 28 asked Align a wall of equations Mar 28 comment Text inside Math @Mico ah that's it, thanks!