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I want [1, Eqns. (4)-(6)]. For that I have written

\cite{citekey} Eqns. (4)-(6).

But it generates [1] Eqns. (4)-(6).
How to write [1, Eqns. (4)-(6)].?

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You use \cite[text]{citekey} eg \cite[Eqns.~(4)--(6)]{citekey}

This creates, eg [1, Eqn 4--6].

One thing ye might watch with equations: these are numbered like (4)--(6) in the context of a chapter, but each chapter has its own run of numbers. So an equation in chapter 2 might be referred to in chapter 3 as 2.6.

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  • Great, It works.
    – Mithun
    Apr 29, 2014 at 11:54
  • \cite didn't work for me, \citep[description]{citekey} worked. Thanks for sharing!
    – Arun Das
    May 17, 2020 at 19:38

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