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Apr
16
revised How to point an equation to a curve
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Apr
16
comment How to point an equation to a curve
N.B. You should not use math-mode for italics. I've revised your code for this, and also to remove the scroll-bars, but without changing much else.
Apr
16
revised How to point an equation to a curve
Revised source code to condense and to remove ill-advised math-mode for labels
Apr
16
answered How to point an equation to a curve
Apr
16
comment a commutative diagram compatible with group actions
Is there any particular style that you would like for your arrows (e.g. their orientation, their location relative to A, B, C, etc.)?
Apr
16
revised a commutative diagram compatible with group actions
removed redundant code pertaining to "loops"; added commentary on the code
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revised a commutative diagram compatible with group actions
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16
answered a commutative diagram compatible with group actions
Apr
15
revised How can I make it easier to write LaTeX documents with elaborate mathematics?
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Apr
15
revised How can I make it easier to write LaTeX documents with elaborate mathematics?
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15
revised How can I make it easier to write LaTeX documents with elaborate mathematics?
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Apr
15
answered How can I make it easier to write LaTeX documents with elaborate mathematics?
Apr
13
answered How to distinguish between divides and order symbol?
Apr
10
comment Equation number in aligned environment after last line
[slaps head] Well, that should have been obvious! @LuisFelipe: I recommend you accept this answer instead.
Apr
10
comment Equation number in aligned environment after last line
Would you recommend any techniques for answering the OP's follow up question (in a comment on my answer: "what would be the best way then to have a number on the first line as well")?
Apr
10
comment Equation number in aligned environment after last line
This looks as though it would be handy in simple use-cases in documents where you want to have good numbering either on the left or on the right (e.g. in conjunction with leqno).
Apr
10
comment Equation number in aligned environment after last line
To clarify what I meant, I mean e.g. &\phantom{{}={}} -3 + 4 \nonumber\\ . This will still shift the material on the RHS to the right of the equality symbol, and furthermore will do it by exactly the right amount, by construction.
Apr
10
comment Equation number in aligned environment after last line
Wouldn't \phantom{{}={}} be better to get the exact spacing?
Apr
10
comment Aligning equations with two equal signs
It doesn't compile on the site: users compile it locally and upload images of the compiled result. So you should check that your code compiles on your computer. (I would recommend that if you're posting something that looks like a complete document, that it include the \begin{document} ... \end{document} as well!)
Apr
10
comment Equation number in aligned environment after last line
@LuisFelipe: I don't have as clever a trick for that. My solution would be \begin{align} x ={}& 22 + 2 \\={}& 5+3 \notag\\& -3+4 \notag\\& +15-0 \end{align} (note the use of \notag before each line break which is not meant to generate an equation number).