I have three similar equations which I want on a same line. I put them in tabular environment nested within subequations following this: subequation in tabular. Now I have this code:

Here is what I get:\\

    (A+B)C=D(E-F)-G  \label{eq:eq1}
    \end{equation} &
    (A+B)C=D(E-F)-H  \label{eq:eq2}
    \end{equation} &
    (A+B)C=D(E-F)-I  \label{eq:eq3}


Since my eq's are little bit longer than in the above thread I want numbering under the eq's. Is that possible?


I would use the following:




\noindent Equations:

  (A+B)C &= D(E-F)-G\\
  (A+B)C &= D(E-F)-H\\
  (A+B)C &= D(E-F)-I

\noindent References: \eqref{eq:main} and \eqref{eq:eq1}--\eqref{eq:eq3}.



The \noindent is just to avoid indentation of the text.

  • That was my first decision, but I want them on a single line and if possible with numbers below and centered. – alchemist_ bg Aug 29 '13 at 11:13
  • @alchemist_ bg I don't know an elegant way of doing this; sorry. (Just out of curiosity: Why do that? It looks very weird to me.) – Svend Tveskæg Aug 30 '13 at 0:55
  • I don't know. I just thought that it will look a little better. – alchemist_ bg Aug 30 '13 at 12:59
  • How do you "align" to the '=' instead of the right part of the equations? – Mario S. E. Mar 16 '14 at 12:07
  • @MarioS.E. With the ampersands. – Svend Tveskæg Mar 16 '14 at 15:30

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