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I used gms package (a special package of AMS, provided for their Graduate Studies in Maths serie) to write a math book.

I got a problem with space, and then I want to narrow a line by reduce the space between words.

Here is a MWE :

 \documentclass{gsm-l}
 \usepackage[papersize={160mm,240mm},inner=20mm, outer=15mm, vmargin=15mm]{geometry}
 \usepackage[utf8]{vietnam}
 \begin{document}
  Vì $BB_0\perp CA$; $CC_0\perp BA$ nên $A, H, B_0, C_0$ cùng 
  thuộc một đường tròn (3).
 \end{document}

And this is what we get after compiling Letter space

I want to reduce the space between the words so that "tròn (3)" will go up to the first line.

So what should I do?

Please help me.

Thanks.

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  • the only place i can see where spacing might reasonably be decreased is around the \perp. if you enclose it in braces -- {\perp} -- it will be treated as an "ordinary" symbol rather than as a binary operator, and almost all space will be omitted. you can also force the last two text elements to hold together by replacing the space before "(3)" by a tie ~. (but there still may not be enough room on the line to accommodate the extra text.) Apr 22 '15 at 15:56
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the only place i can see where spacing might reasonably be decreased is around the \perp.

if you enclose it in braces -- {\perp} -- it will be treated as an "ordinary" symbol rather than as a binary operator, and almost all space will be omitted. you can also force the last two text elements to hold together by replacing the space before "(3)" by a tie ~.

a bit more space could be gained by using \noindent, but that may not be appropriate.

but there still may not be enough room on the line to accommodate the extra text. there's a limit to the amount of text that can be put on one line.

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