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revised Left align text in equation environment (no use of align environment)
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comment Left align text in equation environment (no use of align environment)
thanks for the answer. \intertext{...} does display the text now, but its positioning is still off. How do I make it aligned to the start of the list item, e.g. 'Blah blah ...' in my example above.
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comment Left align text in equation environment (no use of align environment)
@Mico Thanks for the comment. I have updated the question with more details, and hopefully we can work out what goes wrong here.
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comment Left align text in equation environment (no use of align environment)
@DavidCarlisle Thanks for the comments. I have updated the question with more details, and hopefully we can work out what goes wrong here.
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comment Tweak and prettify a nested table
I've updated the question with my output using your solution, and there seems some difference in the width of Col. B between your and my outputs. Any suggestion how to adjust the width of the columns so that the nested table in Col. B looks square? Thanks.
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comment Tweak and prettify a nested table
thanks for the answer. One minor thing, how do I control the width of each outer column? At the moment, it seems they are controlled by the width of the widest content in a cell of the column?
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comment Tweak and prettify a nested table
@Mico, on a second thought, the whole table does not need to span across the whole text width (I will update my question to reflect this). There is no requirement on the widths of the outer columns, except that B needs to accommodate the inner table. The outer column C will contain number values, but there may be multiple of them for a single cell, so some flexibility of position these values may be desirable. Sorry about the vertical bars of the C column, but yes, they should be there to complete the table.
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