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Nov
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comment said to have multiple labels in math environment
The error arises because of the way you redefine \theequation.
Nov
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revised Aligning linear program with numbers
extra refinement: force limits of summation in row 1 to be on the same baseline
Nov
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revised Aligning linear program with numbers
fixed a typo
Nov
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revised Aligning linear program with numbers
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answered Aligning linear program with numbers
Nov
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comment Aligning linear program with numbers
You need to replace the three instances of && with \quad.
Nov
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wiki created ebgaramond description
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wiki created ebgaramond excerpt
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revised Mixing some math fonts
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Nov
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revised Is there a way to use external font files with unicode-math?
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Nov
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revised Sans-serif to go with EB Garamond (no math)?
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revised EB Garamond on LaTeX
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revised Installing EB Garamond for pdfLaTeX (encore)
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Nov
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revised Modifying EB Garamond font
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revised A Big fancy “Q”
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revised Changing “and” to “&” in “abbrvnat” bibliography style
edited title to clarify posting's objective
Nov
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revised Changing “and” to “&” in “abbrvnat” bibliography style
typos, missing backticks around code snippets
Nov
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revised Should superscripts be carried out of a fraction?
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answered Should superscripts be carried out of a fraction?
Nov
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comment Descender collides with horizontal line
Interesting. For what it's worth, I used the strut method described in my answer for about 15 years for all tables in my own working papers -- until just a few years ago, when I became familiar with the booktabs package and its great macros. Since then, I studiously avoid \hline and \cline in my own writing, and I have no regrets. :-)